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Spoilers This morning I watched a quite good thriller I'd recorded from Lifetime over the weekend: When Karyn crashes the scene, the baddie starts teasing her, asking who she would want to play her in the movie they're going to make of his life for his own account, he's so closely channeling "The Silence of the Lambs" his choice to play himself would obviously be Anthony Hopkins!
For this, she's christened "Dirty Harriet" by her colleagues on the Boston PD of course, this being a Lifetime movie, Montreal is "playing" Bostonand the fruits of her labors are an internal-affairs investigation, a dressing-down by her chief, Lt.
Aaron Kade Michael Riley. Then a couple of murders occur in which the victims are scarred post-mortem with the Greek letter that symbolizes Hades, trademark of the so-called "Hades Killer" who operated 15 years earlier.
Karyn is convinced the new killings are the work of a copycat, and she has to deal with a succession of weirdos falsely confessing to the crimes as well as the watchful eyes of her fellow cops, who want her to catch Hades, all right, but to catch him alive this time and allow the judicial system to take its course instead of summarily executing him. Director Philippe Gagnon and writer James Taylor Phillips give us a surprisingly broad suspect pool namely by making just about every male in Karyn's vicinity so unbearably twitchy we're sure one of them must be the killer.
Among the suspects she encounters are Arthur Brady Kent McQuaid — whose recently deceased uncle was one of the suspects in the original Hades murders — along with another wanna-be who actually kills someone in his efforts to convince the cops he is Hades, but whose crime has just the opposite effect when Karyn points out that he was considerably sloppier than the real Hades or at least the new one — you know a thriller plot is convoluted when one of the crimes is committed by a copycat of the copycat!
The film cycles through various false suspects and red herrings — including the one I thought was going to be the guilty party, a twitchy reporter who was following her and stalking her to get stories about the case, until he was killed in the next-to-last act — and finally reveals that Hades was spoiler alert! Kade, and that Karyn's father was the original Hades. Karyn's father was never charged with those crimes but was bad enough he was caught and executed anyway, and Karyn actually turned him in when she was 16 — but she agonized about doing that for six months, during which Hades I murdered Dr.