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High Crimes


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Edgy courtroom thriller based on a novel by Joseph Finder , starring Ashiey Judd and Morgan Freeman. Lawyer Claire Kubik 's life is dramatically altered when her husband Tom is charged with committing a military crime in El Salvador - an accusation that leads Claire into grave danger when she starts asking questions in Tom's defence. Continues after the news at 10.35pm. Review paqe 50.
Director Carl Franklin (2002, 12) VIDEO Plus+ code for 9.00-11.25pm (non-PDC)


Novel By: Joseph Finder
Unknown: Ashiey Judd
Unknown: Claire Kubik
Director: Carl Franklin
Claire Kubik: Ashley Judd
Charlie Grimes: Morgan Freeman
Tom Kubik: Jim Caviezel
Jackie: Amanda Peet
Mullins: Tom Bower
Lieutenant Embry: Adam Scott
Brigadier General Marks: Bruce Davison
Major Hernandez: Juan Carlos Hernandez
Major Waldron: Michael Gaston
Colonel Farrell: Jude Ciccolella

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