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Murder in Greenwich
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The story of young Martha Moxley, 15 year old girl murdered in the high-class area of Belle Haven, Greenwich, Connecticut in the 1970’s, her murder going unsolved for 25 years.

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Director: Tom McLoughlin
Writers: Mark Fuhrman (book), Dave Erickson (teleplay) (as David Erickson)
Genre: Crime | Mystery | Drama | Thriller
Tagline: Money built walls around the truth. One man knocked them down.
Runtime: 90 minutes
First air date: 15 November 2002 (USA)
Country: USA
Filming locations: New Zealand (Auckland), USA (Californa)
Stars: Christopher Meloni, Robert Forster, Maggie Grace | See full cast & crew »

Murder in Greenwich is a 2002 American television film directed by Tom McLoughlin. The teleplay by Dave Erickson is based on the 1998 book of the same title by Mark Fuhrman.

The Columbia TriStar Domestic Television production debuted on the USA Network on November 15, 2002 and was released on DVD on May 6, 2003

Film summary

In 1974, the teenager Martha Moxley moves to the high-class area of Belle Haven, Greenwich, Connecticut. On the Mischief Night, eve of Halloween, she was murdered in the backyard of her house and her murder remained unsolved. Twenty-two years later, the writer Mark Fuhrman, who is a former LA detective that has fallen in disgrace for perjury in O.J. Simpson trial and moved to Idaho, decides to investigate the case with his partner Stephen Weeks with the purpose of writing a book. The locals squirm and do not welcome them, but with the support of the retired detective Steve Carroll that was in charge of the investigation in the 70’s, they discover the criminal and a net of power and money to cover the murder. Written by Claudio Carvalho

Trivia & Goofs
  • Rose’s role in this film is very small – only one scene. She has no lines, only a scream.
  • The real identities of several of the protagonists are replaced with pseudonyms in this adaptation.
Critical Reception

Michael Speier of Variety said, “Investigative techniques give way to genre cliches in USA’s exaggerated Murder in Greenwich. Falling into the telepic trap of sensationalism without savvy, [it] delves into the shallow end of the Martha Moxley-Michael Skakel case, which has plenty more politics, intrigue and confounding history than this execution suggests . . . As Fuhrman, Meloni is macho almost to the point of bogus; whether he’s playing the disgraced cop as he really is or how he thinks America sees him is hard to discern.”

Robert Pardi of TV Guide awarded the film two out of four stars and observed, “Despite the assured teamwork of Meloni and Forster, Tom McLoughlin’s film . . . fails to build upon its inherently suspenseful elements or extract much juice from the gossipy Kennedy allure. But viewers with little prior knowledge of the case may find themselves caught up in this dismaying tale of justice delayed.”

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