Laws of Deception

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Laws of Deception
Directed by Joey Travolta
Produced by David E. Ornston
Richard Salvatore
Joey Travolta
Written by Rollin Jarrett
Cinematography Dan Heigh
Edited by Rich Cowan
Will Wuorinen
Release date
1997
Running time
98 min.
Country United States
Language English

Laws of Deception is an erotic suspense thriller produced in 1997. Written by Rollin Jarrett and directed by Joey Travolta, it stars C. Thomas Howell, James Russo, Amber Smith, Nick Mancuso and Brian Austin Green.

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The plot involves a young man, Evan Marino, who witnessed the murder of his mob-connected parents when he was a child. Evan (C.Thomas Howell) has grown up to become a top law student and justice has become his religion. He has but one goal, which is to become the number one criminal lawyer in Miami. A beautiful and mysterious woman (Amber Smith) enters Evan’s life and unbeknownst to him, has been hired by his parents’ murderer (James Russo) to uncover what he remembers. As the truth about his past is revealed, Evan finds himself caught in a tangled web of lies and twisted motivations, not the least of which are his own. The film features a brief cameo by famed director John Landis as a crooked judge.

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