Guilty Hearts (TV Movie 2002) - IMDb
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Guilty Hearts (2002)

Quiet and unassuming church organist Jenny Moran is depressed with her marriage to working-class Matt and leaves him. Jenny begins an affair with the manipulative and charming Dr. Stephen ... See full summary »

Director:

Marcus Cole

Writers:

J.B. White, Steven Siegel (as Steve Siegel)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Treat Williams ... Stephen Carrow
Marcia Gay Harden ... Jenny Moran
Gary Basaraba ... Matt Moran
Olympia Dukakis ... Amanda Patterson
Rebecca Jenkins ... Nora Runkle
Peter MacNeill ... Det. Ed Rafferty
Jennifer Dale ... Alison Carrow
John Bourgeois ... Rev. Joseph Masters
Lawrence Dane ... Les Moran
Brooke Nevin ... Missy Carrow
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Don Allison Don Allison ... Ted Quiller
Stewart Bick Stewart Bick ... Mike Alexander
Katie Boland ... Elly Moran
Christopher Bondy Christopher Bondy ... Aaron Patmore (as Chris Bondy)
Corinne Conley ... Mae Moran
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Storyline

Quiet and unassuming church organist Jenny Moran is depressed with her marriage to working-class Matt and leaves him. Jenny begins an affair with the manipulative and charming Dr. Stephen Carrow, who is also deacon of her church and a married man. Someone kills Carrow's wife after she learns of the affair between Jenny and her husband. The murderer is caught and confesses, but that confession leads to new lies which tear apart Jenny Moran's life. Written by Anonymous

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A respected doctor. A woman of faith. Their secret affair led to... murder.

Genres:

Crime | Drama

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Trivia

Film's narrative is based on the 1990 murder of Marilyn Reza by her husband, Dr. Rob Reza in Bayport, NY; his affair with church organist Kathy Senese was suggested as the murder's pretext (though Reza hadn't confirmed it as part of his motive; Reza died in prison in August of 2012). See more »

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Faithful Husband
9 July 2006 | by ssmcgSee all my reviews

I am enjoying this movie very much. I am particularly touched by the performance of the jilted husband. His actions are a model in forgiveness. This was a beautiful aspect of the story line IMHO. What I find especially enlightening is that the husband's character was not particularly religious. He did not attend church with his wife regularly, and he was openly hostile toward the pastor of the church (whom he viewed as mercenary). This is an example of how goodness and godness are not necessarily interchangeable terms. Some people just have an innate sense of right and wrong. When I saw the faithful hubby coming to his philandering wife's rescue again and again, I was truly moved.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 February 2002 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Bűnös viszony See more »

Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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