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Sins of Silence

Sins of Silence
Directed by Sam Pillsbury
Produced by Daniel H. Blatt
Susan Murdoch
Cynthia Sikes
Written by Shelley Evans
Kathryn Montgomery
Starring Holly Marie Combs
Lindsay Wagner
Cynthia Sikes
Laura Bertram
Sean McCann
Victor Argo
Brian Kerwin
Jason Cadieux
Chris Wiggins
Colin Fox
Music by David Bell
David Bondelevitch
Gregory Sill
Cinematography James Bartle
Editing by Peter V. White
Distributed by Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS)
Release date(s) February 20, 1996 (USA)
January 22, 1997 (Germany)
January 20, 2001 (Sweden)
Running time 86 minutes
Country  United States
Language English

Sins of Silence, is an American 1996 drama TV film directed by Sam Pillsbury, and starring Holly Marie Combs and Lindsay Wagner. Though set in San Diego, California it was made in Toronto.[1] The movie was broadcast on February 20, 1996 in the USA by CBS and in Canada by CHCH.[1]


Lindsay Wagner stars in this TV movie as Molly McKinley, a former nun now employed (and grossly underfunded) as a rape counselor. A teenager named Sophie (Holly Marie Combs) seeks out Molly's help after she is raped by the scion of a wealthy family. Refusing to release a confidential file that would reveal Molly's past promiscuity — and thus seriously compromise her case against her assailant — Molly is sent to jail. The problem now becomes two-pronged: If Molly wants to be released, she must hand over information that may allow the rapist to go free; and if Sophie doesn't speak up, Molly's future career will be destroyed.



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