Sirens (1999 film)

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Genre Drama
Written by John Sacret Young
Directed by John Sacret Young
Starring Dana Delany
Justin Theroux
Theme music composer Brian Tyler
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Executive producer(s) John Sacret Young
Producer(s) Janet Faust Krusi
Cinematography Eagle Egilsson
Editor(s) Christopher Nelson
Running time 105 minutes
Production company(s) Paramount Network Television Productions
Showtime Entertainment
Distributor Showtime Networks
Original release
  • September 26, 1999 (1999-09-26)

Sirens is a 1999 crime-drama TV film starring Dana Delany. Premiered September 26, 1999 on Showtime Networks.


Sally Rawlings is a white woman who is making out with Vincent Morgan, her black husband in a parked car when a group of policemen surround the car and murder Edward. The officers then plant phony evidence at the scene of the crime that would point the blame away from them — Sally knows this is a sham and is determined to find out the truth and bring the cops to justice.


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