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PRESUMED INNOCENT is a disturbing murder mystery told in the style director Alan J. Pakula (ALL THE PRESIDENT'S MEN) enjoys best. Harrison Ford (RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK, CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER) plays prosecuting attorney Rusty Sabich, who is deeply shaken by the sudden rape and murder of a colleague and former love interest. Sabich is assigned to the case, which becomes clouded by both personal and political interests that are in conflict. An adaptation of Scott Turow's best-selling novel, the film presents an intense look at the human flaws of ambition, greed and lust.
Number of Discs: 1
Rating: R (MPAA)
Film Country: USA
"...A smart, passionate, steadily engrossing thriller..."
Rolling Stone - Peter Travers (08/09/1990)
"...Pakula has directed an intense, enveloping, gratifyingly thorough screen adaptation..."
New York Times - Janet Maslin (07/27/1990)
"...Intelligent, complex and enthralling, PRESUMED INNOCENT is one of those rare films where all the players seem to be in a state of grace..."
Los Angeles Times - Sheila Benson (07/27/1990)
"...Winfield has an imposing presence..."
Sight and Sound - John Pym (09/01/1990)
"...Brilliant casting….Harrison Ford, aging nicely, registers just the right mix of outrage and weary bewilderment..."
USA Today - Mike Clark (07/27/1990)
"...Julia steals his scenes....A tightly wound thriller…"
Entertainment Weekly - Beth Pinsker (11/04/1994)
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