If they gave an Oscar for the year's most claustrophobic film, PRESUMED INNOCENT could have won it in a walk. Everything about this film is as cramped, clenched, and constricted as Harrison Ford's face, which looks like a tightly balled-up fist here. However, Ford's perpetually coiled-up
state also makes him a natural murder suspect in this adaptation of attorney Scott Turow's best-selling novel. Ford plays prosecuting attorney Rusty Sabich, the quintessential good soldier right down to his Roman Centurion haircut. But Sabich serves a degraded master, District Attorney Raymond
Horgan (Brian Dennehy), a soured idealist whose principles have been compromised by years...