Damn LMN!!! Wish they'd concentrated more on the cover-up than the agonies of the attorney Stuart Pepper (played sufficiently by Gabriel Mann). I reckon that presenting it without dramatization would most probably be boring, but dramatizing it with cliches tend to be distracting. What actually might have happened that fateful night is rushed through. Of course, they couldn't have presented an accurate picture of what happened, but the supposed recreation of the crime could have been done in a better way. Considering it's a TV movie, the performances are fine enough. And despite of the few problems I'd with the execution, all in all, it's quite watchable.