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Thoughtcrimes (2003)





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On the night of her prom in 1994, teenager Freya McAllister (Navi Rawat) suddenly begins hearing strange voices. As a result, Freya is diagnosed as schizophrenic and squirreled away in a mental hospital, where she remains for the next eight years. Along comes psychologist Michal Welles (Peter Horton), who while treating Freya calmly informs her that she is not insane, but instead telepathic: the voices she'd heard were the thoughts of the people around her. What Dr. Welles doesn't tell Freya--at least not at first--is that he is in the employ of the National Security Agency, which hopes to use Freya's special talents to hunt down potential terrorists! Something of a cerebral La Femme Nikita, Thoughtcrimes may have been intended as the pilot for a television series, but was released on home video before making its USA network TV bow on October 15, 2004.


Navi Rawat
as Freya McAllister
Peter Horton
as Dr. Michael Welles
Joe Flanigan
as Brendan Dean
Jocelyn Seagrave
as June McAllister
Dylan Bierk
as Elizabeth
Kim Coates
as Lars Etsen
Joe Morton
as Jon Harper
Paulino Podhora
as Agent Kunzel
Roman Podhora
as Agent Patel
Barry Flatman
as David McAllister
Karl Pruner
as Maracek
Ray Kahnert
as City Hall Official
Joanne Vannicola
as Terri Merriweather
Joe Pingue
as Costas
Ted Ludzik
as Giggling Patient
Joris Jarsky
as Alan Matthews
Jason Wheeler
as Gabriel Perez
Robert Bockstael
as Dr. Galbraith
Helen Taylor
as Dr. Kinsey
Desmond Campbell
as Courthouse Guard
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