I Accuse (J'Accuse) (2003)





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The psychological thriller I Accuse stars Estella Warren as a woman who discovers she was sexually assaulted by her physician after he put her under the effect of a narcotic. She must overcome a variety of obstacles in order to get justice. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi

Rating: R (adult situations)
Genre: Drama, Art House & International, Mystery & Suspense
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On DVD: Sep 13, 2005
First Look Pictures


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The movie left out some critical details, and left you, at the end, saying "HUH?? - How could it possibly end HERE?" It's almost like the producers ran out of time or money, and had to stop before the movie was over! Otherwise, it was an ok movie. I wish, for the victims sake, that it had been better produced. I suppose it's okay for a made for tv production

Cynthia S.

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You Can Alter The Evidence, But Not The Truth.

It's horribly disturbing to think a doctor could do something so terrible because, after all, doctors are supposed to be people you can trust. So to know that this movie is based on a true event makes it even more alarming. But, what upset me as much as the actual attack itself was the reaction of the townspeople and that poor girl's own family. People are so unbelievably ignorant and passive. But, this movie was executed well enough and the actors and actresses were pretty good. It's crazy what this doctor did to try to stay out of jail.

Nicole in Wonderland

Basically the film explores how society reacts when a woman from a blue collar background (Warren) accuses a prominent small town doctor (Hannah) of rape. On a larger scale it is also an exploration of problems involved in many rape cases, where the accused is a prominent individual, and the victim becomes not only a victim of her attacker, but of society as a whole. Estella Warren is pretty good as the victim. She's no tiny prey, but a tall, full-bodied, and abrasive young lady. She doesn't know the meaning of the word "simper." She turns into a positive pest, and that's what the role calls for. John Hannah, as the doctor, comes across as not much more than another seasoned actor. He's not bad, but he doesn't bring anything extra to the role. The direction is competent too. There's no confusion about where we are or who's doing what, and no unnecessary displays of directorial razzle dazzle. The story is told without unmerited garnish.

Danielle S

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