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And Never Let Her Go

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Product Overview

The true story of a woman's suspicious disappearance after ending an affair with a powerful, married attorney.


Studio Universal (Music)
SKU 205124067
UPC 796019805186
UPC 14 00796019805186
Format DVD
Release Date 10/16/2007
Aspect Ratio
Standard  1.33:1 [4:3]
Cast & Crew
Adam Greenman - Screenplay
Ann Rule - Executive Producer
Ann Rule - Based On Book By
Bruce Surtees - Cinematographer
Dan Yarhi - Production Designer
Harald Kloser - Original Music By
Kathryn Morris - Actor
Kay Hoffman - Producer
Mark Harmon - Actor
Martha Huntley - Editor
Michael Shocrylas - Art Director
Olympia Dukakis - Actor
Peter Levin - Director
Rachel Ward - Actor
Victor Du Bois - Editor
ReviewSource Variety
Review As true crime stories go, there can be no question that the case of Anne Marie Fahey was a gripping tabloid tale. She was the scheduling secretary for the governor of Delaware, and her closeness to the halls of power put her disappearance on the front page of newspapers and on national newsmagazines. The case unraveled in the public eye as suspicion quickly fell on Thomas Capano, a notorious political "fixer." This CBS miniseries telling, based on Ann Rule's book "And Never Let Her Go," comes at the complex story from several angles, and does an admirable job of laying out the vast array of facts along with the psychological makeups of the primary players. The result, though, while engaging, comes off as disappointingly generic when this case was anything but...Straightforward but unsuspenseful, the made-for delivers narrative coherence without much to intrigue or disturb. Director Peter Levin invests the pic with a mournful, respectful tone, particularly the scenes involving Fahey's family. The Capano family, though, varies between the whiny and the shrill, and their dissolution doesn't carry any potent tension. It seems strange that this riveting case would result in a miniseries in which the drama feels manufactured.
Reviewer Steven Oxman
ReviewRating 7
Product Attributes
Video Format DVD
Paul Mavis, DVD Talk ...a smashing, entertaining of the best true-crime TV minis of the last decade. I highly recommend it.
Steven Oxman, Variety ...a gripping tabloid tale...[the film] does an admirable job of laying out the vast array of facts...engaging...
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