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Guilty Conscience is a 1985 American TV movie, produced by CBS Entertainment, directed by David Greene, starring Anthony Hopkins as criminal defense attorney Arthur Jamison. The film is a drama, but also a mystery, with as many twists and turns as Arthur's own conniving mind. Arthur's marital difficulties with his wife Louise (Blythe Danner) suggest divorce, which could require that he pay a large sum in alimony. His imagination works overtime for the duration of the film as he arranges and rearranges scheme after scheme to kill Louise. As a defense attorney, he is familiar with both the courts and the minds of criminals. Deep in his own imagination, he bounces ideas off of himself (a double played by Donegan Smith), as he plays each murder, or the subsequent trial, through in his mind, searching for problems, loopholes, and the elusive watertight alibi. Eventually his mistress Jackie Willis (Swoosie Kurtz) puts two and two together and confronts Louise in secret. They realize the...
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