Though this suspense film's mystery is transparent, and its protagonists are oblivious, it still is mildly diverting. Produced by the socially conscious team of Sarah Pillsbury and Midge Sanford (AND THE BAND PLAYED ON), the movie sandwiches in an earnest message about the callousness of
Big Business. But the do-gooder story content is at odds with the manufacture of thrills.
In 1965, a pharmaceutical company secretary, Helen Maris (Dey Young), is murdered for attempting to reveal the criminal negligence of her Unidek Company bosses, Russell Vanyk (Rip Torn), Martin Prescott (Josef Sommer), and Wilson Hartwick (Eddie Jones).
Thirty years later, Helen's evide...