The Guilty (2000 film)

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The Guilty
Directed byAnthony Waller
Written byWilliam Davies
Simon Burke
StarringJoanne Whalley
Bill Pullman
Devon Sawa
Jaimz Woolvett
Music byDebbie Wiseman
CinematographyTobias A. Schliessler
Edited byAlison Grace
Distributed byJ&M Entertainment
Release date
  • June 1, 2000 (2000-06-01)
Running time
108 minutes
CountryUnited States

The Guilty is a 2000 American crime film directed by Anthony Waller and starring Bill Pullman, Devon Sawa, Gabrielle Anwar, Angela Featherstone and Joanne Whalley.[1] The film is a remake of the 1992 UK TV two-part telemovie of the same name and identical plot starring Michael Kitchen, Sean Gallagher, Caroline Catz and Carol Starks.[2]

Plot summary[edit]

Callum Crane is in line for appointment to the federal bench, during the same week he rapes a new secretary at his office. It's also the same week Nathan Corrigan (a young, callow ex-con) goes to the city to meet his biological father, the same Callum Crane. They meet and before Nathan can tell Crane who he is, Crane offers him money to kill the secretary, who has threatened to go to the police. Nathan takes an envelope of cash and the woman's photo, tells friends about it, and throws away the envelope. One of the friends, who needs money, retrieves the envelope and sets out to kill the woman. Can Nathan stop the crime?



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  2. ^ David Wiegand (February 6, 2011). "'The Guilty' review: Michael Kitchen plays bad guy". San Francisco Chronicle.

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