Borderline (2002 film)

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Borderline
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Written by David Loucka
Directed by Evelyn Maude Purcell
Starring Gina Gershon
Michael Biehn
Sean Patrick Flanery
Composer(s) Anthony Marinelli
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Production
Producer(s) Thomas Becker
Frank Hübner
Brad Krevoy
David Lancaster
Adam Richman
Release
Original release
  • November 15, 2002 (2002-11-15)

Borderline is a 2002 American television film directed by Evelyn Maude Purcell, a thriller about borderline personality disorder. It was released to lukewarm reception.

Synopsis

During her divorce, Dr. Lila Coletti (Gina Gershon), a criminal psychiatrist, loses custody of her two daughters, partially because her job working with the criminally insane is dangerous. At about the same time, a supposedly cured psychopathic patient, Ed Baikman (Sean Patrick Flanery), is released. When Lila's husband and his girlfriend are murdered, Ed seems the obvious suspect, especially since the m.o. is identifiably his. Yet there are other reasons for suspecting that the real culprit is Lila.

External links

  • Borderline on IMDb


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