Jesse Stone: Innocents Lost (2011)

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Jesse investigates the suspicious death of a young friend while the police force deals with the arrogant new police chief who is the son-in-law of a town councilman.

Film Overview
"Jesse Stone: Innocents Lost" is a 2011 crime drama produced for tv and directed by Dick Lowry. It is the seventh in a series of nine tv movies featuring Tom Selleck as Jesse Stone, the former authorities chief of Paradise, an imaginary New England town. The film highlights Stone's investigation into the death of a CPI (Child Protective Investigator) officer and a separated drug-addicted pal, Amanda, whose death was formally deemed a drug overdose, however which Stone presumes to be a murder.

Plot Summary
The film starts with Jesse Stone, having actually been replaced as Chief of Police by William Butler, however he can't disregard his old practice of crime-solving. When he finds out about the death of a young good friend, Amanda, who had recently left rehabilitation and was all set to turn her life around however was found dead with a heroin overdose, Stone can not shake his suspicion that something doesn't build up.

At the exact same time, Amber Harrison, a young woman, is attacked by her ex-boyfriend, Kevin Toliver, and looks for assistance from Jesse. While she recants her declaration after Toliver threatens her, Stone continues to watch over her, keeping her safe.

Main Events
Jesse Stone starts investigating Amanda's death despite no longer being an officer. Highlighting Stone's investigative instincts and perseverance, he uncovers evidence opposing the main report of death by overdose and moves his suspicion towards a rehabilitation therapist, who has previous circumstances of clients passing away under comparable situations.

In parallel to this, Stone, suspecting Toliver of terrorizing Amber, sets an illicit trap for him, resulting in Toliver's arrest. However the case versus Toliver weakens when Amber declines to comply out of fear.

Climax and Resolution
As Stone non-stop dives deeper into Amanda's death examination, he finds that she was murdered by Lou Burke, a hit man sent out by her counselor. Stone draws Burke into a trap and eliminates him in an act of self-defense. However, the therapist's involvement stays covert, spurring Stone's determination to bring him to justice.

Meanwhile, Toliver is released due to absence of evidence, and Stone convinces Amber to leave town to secure her security. The motion picture ends with Jesse seated alone in his house, a haunting image that encapsulates Stone's privacy and determination in the face of unrelenting struggle.

Crucial Reception
Innocents Lost keeps the series' credibility for its characterization, environment, and fine storytelling. Selleck's performance as Jesse Stone, a brooding, problematic yet worthy ex-cop, was commonly praised by critics. The movie checks out serious topics, like dependency, abuse, and corruption, in an interesting way, producing an immersive experience for the viewers. The movie likewise succeeds in keeping the suspense alive throughout and mentally engages the audience with its characters.

In conclusion, "Jesse Stone: Innocents Lost" uses a detailed police procedural filled with suspense and thrills, anchored by an engaging performance by Tom Selleck, with a story that highlights the protagonist's unrelenting pursuit of justice.

Top Cast

  • Tom Selleck (small)
    Tom Selleck
    Jesse Stone
  • Kathy Baker (small)
    Kathy Baker
    Rose Gammon
  • Kohl Sudduth (small)
    Kohl Sudduth
    Luther 'Suitcase' Simpson
  • Gloria Reuben (small)
    Gloria Reuben
    Thelma Gleffey
  • Stephen McHattie (small)
    Stephen McHattie
    Commander Healy
  • William Sadler (small)
    William Sadler
    Gino Fish
  • Eileen April Boylan (small)
    Eileen April Boylan
    Cindy Van Aldan
  • William Devane (small)
    William Devane
    Dr. Dix
  • Saul Rubinek (small)
    Saul Rubinek
    Hasty Hathaway
  • Mark Blum (small)
    Mark Blum
    Dr. Parkinson
  • Mike Erwin (small)
    Mike Erwin
    Lewis Lipinsky