Keeping Track

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"When finding $5 million becomes a dangerous game of hide and seek!"
  • R
  • 1987
  • 1 hr 42 min
  • 5.5  (122)

Keeping Track is a thrilling movie from 1986 starring Michael Sarrazin, Margot Kidder, and Alan Scarfe. The movie is directed by Robin Spry and written by William Faulkner. The story of the movie revolves around a retired journalist named Elliot Garfield (Michael Sarrazin). Garfield used to work as a foreign correspondent covering wars with great courage and determination. However, after his career in journalism was over, he became a hermit and started living alone in a cottage by a lake.

One day, Garfield witnesses a murder near his cottage. The victim is a man named Jocko (Richard Rebiere), who was being chased by two unidentified men. Garfield, being the journalist he is, decides to investigate the murder himself. He starts to dig into the life of Jocko to find out what led to his death.

In his journey of investigation, Garfield meets a woman named Nancy Elder (Margot Kidder) who is a friend of Jocko. Nancy is scared and wants to leave the town as soon as possible. Garfield finds out that Jocko was involved in some shady business with a local tycoon named Les Berton (Alan Scarfe). Jocko was blackmailing Berton for some sensitive information.

Garfield also meets a young journalist named Kevin (Michael Ironside) who is investigating the same murder case for his newspaper. Initially, Garfield and Kevin are rivals, but later they join hands to uncover the truth.

The more Garfield delves into the case, the more danger he faces. He is threatened, beaten up, and even shot at. But he is determined to bring the truth to light.

The movie is a gripping thriller that keeps the audience on the edge of their seats. The performances of the lead actors are excellent. Michael Sarrazin portrays the character of Elliot Garfield with great intensity and depth. Margot Kidder's portrayal of Nancy is convincing and heartfelt. Alan Scarfe as Les Berton is a perfect fit for the role of a wealthy and powerful businessman.

The direction of the movie is superb, with Robin Spry keeping the pace of the story steady and engaging. The cinematography is breathtaking, capturing the beauty of the Canadian wilderness where the movie is shot.

The story of Keeping Track is unique and engaging. It shows the grit and determination of a retired journalist who is willing to risk his life to uncover the truth. The movie also highlights the dark side of corporate greed, where powerful people are willing to go to any lengths to protect their interests.

To sum it up, Keeping Track is a must-watch movie for anyone who loves a good thriller. The nail-biting suspense, excellent performances, and an engaging story make it a timeless classic.

Keeping Track is a 1987 thriller with a runtime of 1 hour and 42 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.5.

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    5.5  (122)