Plot & Details
Some six months after the cancellation of the popular, hard-hitting TV cop series Homicide, most of the cast members were reunited for a two-hour TV movie, which deftly (and somewhat surprisingly) combines stark, raw realism with Sartre-esque flights of fantasy. Several members past and present of the Baltimore Police Department's homicide squad are brought back together when their former skipper and current mayoral candidate, Al "G" Giardelli (Yaphet Kotto), is gunned down by a would-be assassin. As former partners Frank Pembleton (Andre Braugher) and Tim Bayliss (Kyle Secor) conduct their own personal search for the perpetrator, the comatose "G" discovers that not all police review boards are conducted by the living. Like its weekly predecessor, Homicide: The Movie was co-produced by Baltimore native Barry Levinson. The film made its first NBC network TV appearance on February 13, 2000.
- Genre(s): Crime and Mystery,Thriller
- Run Time: 95min.
- DVD Release Date: 05/22/2001
- Director(s): Jean de Segonzac
- Starring: Daniel Baldwin , Ned Beatty , Ed Begley, Jr. , Richard Belzer , Andre Braugher
- Themes: Assassination Plots,Police Corruption
- Tone: Fanciful,Gritty,Literate,Tense
- Keywords: afterlife, assassination, candidate, ghost, homicide-detective, mayor, near-death-experience, police
- Language: English