Interesting, intriguing film dealing with a series of murders in a small Mississippi town. The town seems to be nicely integrated and with the exception of a black man being beaten up in one scene, all people seem to live in harmony. In fact, the head of the police is a black gentleman.
Shirley Jones, as Della, has a small role here. At the very end, she has a strong,emotional scene once the killer has been revealed. Ironically, one of the victims of the murderer is a woman who resembled Shirley so much in her Oscar winning role as Lulu Baines in 1960's "Elmer Gantry."
Our leading man, Colin Egglesfield, ought to change his name. He will be the object of every joke regarding eggs should his career evolve.
This story has everything going for it. You play a real guessing game in determining who the murderer is and I guarantee that you will not come up with the answer.
We've got lust, cheating on spouses, revenge, and so much more.
In a Mississippi backwater, slick womanizer Tucker Longstreet enjoys the good life, managing the luxurious family trust for himself, screw-up big brother Dwayne and sister Josie. Tucker suddenly becomes the prime suspect in FBI agent Matthew Burns's search for a serial killer, whose victims include two or his flirts, including crazy brute Austin Hatinger's daughter Edda Lou, who falsely claimed to be carrying his child. Tucker's new neighbor, retired concert violinist Caroline Waverly, initially mistrusts him, having just moved in to her recently deceased grandma's house, but soon appreciates his charms and generosity, even to Austin's abused boy Cy, and becomes his lover. But the violent crime rage is far from over.
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