It's clear from the opening scene that this is no ordinary thriller: A middle-age man climbs out of bed, straps on his leg brace and holster, pins a badge to his uniform, then pores over the Book of Mormon. He's Wes Clayton (Richard Dutcher), sheriff of tiny Brigham, Utah, and one of that fictitious Mormon enclave's 17 bishops. And this is the latest offering from Zion Films, a company dedicated to bringing entertainment about the Mormon community to the screen. But while the film does center on issues of faith that will no doubt speak most directly to LDS members, it's also a tight and surprisingly effective murder mystery. Brigham may be feeling the effects of nati...