Murder in Greenwich

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German title Murder in Greenwich
Original title Murder in Greenwich
Country of production United States
original language English
Publishing year 2002
length 89 minutes
Director Tom McLoughlin
script Mark Fuhrman , Dave Erickson
production Mark Fuhrman, Jacobus Rose , Judith Verno , Rachel Verno
music Don Davis
camera Mark Wareham
cut Charles Bornstein

Murder in Greenwich ( Murder in Greenwich ) is a film drama with Christopher Meloni from the year 2002 , based on a book by Mark Fuhrman .


15-year-old Martha Moxley was murdered in Belle Haven, Connecticut in 1975 . At times, members of a prominent family are suspected. The case became known in the media. The investigation finally brought no results.

Journalist Mark Fuhrman comes to town 22 years later to write a book about the case. He used to be a cop. Fuhrman solves the case.


  • David Nusair wrote on that the film looked like an episode of a mystery series. He praised Christopher Meloni and Robert Forster, who are interesting characters. The narration is unnecessary.
  • Scott Weinberg wrote on that the film was consistently thoughtless, aimless, and boring.


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The film was shot in New Zealand .

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