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In this dense psychological thriller by acclaimed writer Paul Abbott (Cracker, Touching Evil), an upper-class man and a catering waitress are brought together over a corpse. Not knowing what else to do, they dispose of the body. As events unfold, seeds of mistrust spread until they threaten to destroy everyone in their reach. Caught in their relentless advance are two unlikely characters, portrayed by critically acclaimed actor Michael Kitchen and Academy Award® nominee Sophie Okonedo.
Great movie although I was disappointed it was not the uncut version. A few things were left out that helped with understanding the characters better. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Shirley R. Ingram
Several scenes have been cut relative to the original broadcast, so from that point of view an expensive and disappointing purchase.Published 20 months ago by Gunner
Michael Kitchen (Foyle's War) is one of the best, and least appreciated, actors out there right now. Any program with him in it will not disappoint you. This movie is no different. Read morePublished on July 5, 2013 by Rebecca K.
the movie Alibi was very well made,nice plots, and a fast pace. in the end,who was telling the truth? would recomend it to all mystery fans. Read morePublished on January 19, 2013 by ann fisher
What's not to like? Michael Kitchen, Sophie Okonedo (of Hotel Rwanda) and Phyllis Logan (a favorite Kitchen co-star). Read morePublished on November 19, 2010 by Richard B. Schwartz
I gave this review four stars because it was excellent in every respect except the development of the love that was evident between Greg and Marcy by the middle of the movie til... Read morePublished on September 20, 2009
Most entertaining !!
Quality of film/picture not so good , but I still enjoyed it.