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The Arrangement

USA 2020
produced by
Melissa Hunsicker, Jake Hunsicker, Andrew Hunsicker, Jennifer M. Kay, Danny Donnelly, Aimee Theresa, Jacqueline Hunsicker (executive), Mary Ann Hunsicker (executive) for Noble F Productions, Luna K. Productions, heARTist Films
directed by Jake Hunsicker
starring Jennifer M. Kay, Danny Donnelly, Eric Roberts, Britney Amber, Dax Richardson, Aimee Theresa, Deborah Twiss, Allison Kessler, Andrew Hunsicker, Michael McFadden, Brian Anthony Wilson, Melissa O'Donnell, Michael Everett Johnson, Beverly Gunn, Aaralyn Anderson, Sophia Parola, Jamie Kerezsi, Glen Macnow, Melissa Hunsicker, Grant Behmke, K.J. Linhein, Nick Hunsicker, Joshua Coates, Danny Plaza, Maddy McEwen, Mike Sutton, Tommy Singer, Dre Dreuitt, Casey Donnelly
written by Andrew Hunsicker, Jake Hunsicker, music by John Avarese

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Rookie detective Jessica (Jennifer M. Kay) and her seasoned, neurotic by-the-book partner Harry (Danny Donnelly) get to investigate what appears to be a suicide - which is drawn into question when they find a photo of the deceased (Jamie Kerezsi) with a porn star (Michael McFadden), who's found dead the next day ... and suddenly they lose the case to Devlin (Dax Richardson), who has a reputation for snagging high profile cases from his colleagues for acclaim. Thing is, the photo Jessica and Harry have found with the first victim suddenly shows a third person, a senator (Brian Anthony Wilson) - who dies 24 hours after the porn star, and live on television, too. What's troubling though, Devlin was in the TV studio when the senator died, and it's found out Devlin also had ties to the two other victims, and it all has to do with another murder case from more than a decade ago - so Jessica and Harry decide to continue investigating. That said, Harry's soon suspended from duty for making a mess out of things, and Devlin now trains a lower rank police officer, Teresa (Allison Kessler), on him. The photo though now though miraculously shows a fourth person, a movie star - who happens to be one of Devlin's friends, and who shoots himself live on camera. And again, it looks like Harry has been involved, but he has other problems, because now the photo shows a fifth person, Harry's girlfriend Melissa (Aimee Theresa) - who finally helps Harry and Jessica to connect a few dots, and they find out it all has to do with a self help guru (Eric Roberts) who has promised all the victims a better life, if only ... Now Melissa claims she knows how to stay alive through this, but problem is Devlin and Teresa have gotten wind that she will be the next victim and decide to take her in for questioning - and this is where the whole thing turns into an utter tragedy ...


Now here's a film that really leaves you guessing from beginning to end, but even if it ultimately veers off from cop movie into supernatural territory, one can't help but admire its very logical build-up that only reveals itself in the end - and a very down-to-earth directorial effort sure helps to keep the film grounded the wilder the underlying mystery gets. Now add to that a very capable ensemble playing relatable, interesting and fallible characters, and you've got yourself a very nice thriller indeed.

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