Dead Lines (film)

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Dead Lines is a 2010 Canadian television thriller film directed by Louis Bélanger and written by Jennifer Saxon. It stars Jeri Ryan as a fashion designer who becomes involved in a murder hunt after an employee is killed, and involves her family (Anthony Lemke and Tiera Skovbye).

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The Radio Times disapproved of the film, remarking that "here's too much talk and not enough action in this underdeveloped TV movie set in the New York fashion world" . They added: "With most of the juicier plot points discussed rather than depicted, the film lacks excitement and atmosphere, leaving the sinister soundtrack to create all the tension. So a burst of peril in the final scenes is particularly welcome, though even that's diluted by poor performances and clumsy direction".[1]

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  1. ^ "Dead Lines". Radio Times. Retrieved 20 February 2016.