The Confession (1999)

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Alec Baldwin and Amy Irving star in this emotional drama about a lawyer struggling with an ethical dilemma. He is asked to defend a man for a murder;the victim, however, was the man who killed the lawyer's child.
Rating:
R (for language, brief strong violence and some sexual images)
Genre:
Drama , Mystery & Suspense
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Studio:
New City Releasing

Cast

Alec Baldwin
as Roy Bleake
Ben Kingsley
as Harry Fertig
Amy Irving
as Sarah Fertig
Jay O Sanders
as Jack Renoble
Richard Jenkins
as Cass O'Donnell
Boyd Gaines
as Liam Clarke
Anne Twomey
as Judge Judy Crossland
Lázaro Pérez
as Malabar
Mark Ethan
as Dr. Gillett
Christopher Lawford
as Cunningham
Ryan Marsini
as Stevie
James Pritchett
as Judge Seth Dunbar
Chris Noth
as Camposo
Joe Mosso
as Bartender
Laura Esterman
as Sarah's Cousin
Marian Quinn
as Assistant D.A. Liz
Philip Le Strange
as Prosecutor Katz
Meg Gibson
as Bleakie's Assistant
Lara Harris
as Meg Renoble
Jessica Ambrose
as Dotty O' Donnell
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Critic Reviews for The Confession

All Critics (4)

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Full Review… | June 23, 2006
Time Out
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Full Review… | April 28, 2009
Cinema Crazed

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July 23, 2005
EmanuelLevy.Com

As ótimas atuações são desperdiçadas por um roteiro medíocre com tendência à pregação.

April 30, 2004
Cinema em Cena

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November 5, 2003
Filmcritic.com

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November 5, 2003
Apollo Guide

Audience Reviews for The Confession

½

Half the script is interesting, but a sleeper without the best of efforts. That effort was perhaps made but not quite achieved. A joy to see Amy Irving again, especially with such a solid performance. Kingsley & Baldwin also do their craft justice, but something just didn't click whether it was the direction or the editing I don't know. In the end this is a tale of over-lapping moralities told with noble, yet flawed, characters.

Christopher Bergan
Christopher Bergan
½

(**): [img]http://images.rottentomatoes.com/images/user/icons/icon13.gif[/img] The cast is fine, but I felt that the film should have focused more solely on the Kingsley character and not Baldwin's. Fair at best.

TTT C
TTT C

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