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Where The Truth Lies (1999)
Starring: Marlee Matlin, Linden Ashby, Robert Blanche, Regina King, Philip Lester, Brian McNamara, Susan Walters
Director: Nelson McCormick
Category: Suspense / Mystery
Studio: Tapeworm Dist
92 mins



Based On A True Story

When a controversial political candidate is murdered, his deaf campaign manager, Dana Sue Lacey (Marlee Matlin, Academy Award winner, Children Of A Lesser God) stands accused and becomes the focus of the trial that will ruin lives and open old wounds and finally settle a few scores that have been years in the making.

Despite scant evidence against Dana Sue, the local district attorney puts the popular woman on trial.Lillan Rose Martin (Regina King, Jerry Maguire), the most successful criminal attorney in the country is to represent her.Martin who has never lost a case, is about to be tested like never before, as her defense is constantly undermined by Dana Sue's refusal to divulge essential information in a desire to protect others.

Desperate to clear a client she feels is innocent, and despite all the circumstantial evidence that says otherwise, Martin shifts suspicion by making public Dana Sue's affair with the dead man's politically ambitious son.But the revelation of a shocking past event becomes the pivotal twist of plot, proving that vengeance and deceit are often the result when murder, sex, and politics collide.