Lies and Deception

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Five years ago, the husband of Jean Brooks (Mädchen Amick) purportedly committed suicide. Thus, Jean is startled when ex-cop-turned-private eye Eddie Fate (Andrew Walker) shows up with the news that her husband has been alive all these years -- and has only recently been murdered. A trip to Chicago opens Jean's eyes to her husband's motives for his deception (which didn't start out as sinister, but sure ended up that way) -- and places her own life in peril, courtesy of an insane sister-in-law and some slimy-looking drug dealers. Filmed in 2004 under the title Jean's Fate, Lies and Deception was first seen on Canadian TV a few weeks before its April 25, 2005, American cable debut on the Lifetime channel.

Cast

Joseph Kell
as Chris Schwartzman
Mädchen Amick
as Jean Brok
Ellen Dubin
as Charlotte Porter
Tony Calabretta
as Oscar Ortuso
Andrew Walker
as Eddie Fate
Isabelle Cyr
as Tarot Reader
Paul Stewart
as Funeral Rep
Chip Chuipka
as Emilio Castor
Russell Yuen
as Medical Examiner
Sofia de Medeiros
as Cocktail Waitress
Millie Tresierra
as Lab Technician
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  • Oct 25, 2014
    This felt very long. Fairly predictable, but it still kept me guessing until the end.
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