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Through a Glass, Darkly 

The disappearance of a child leads a town to accuse a recently released sex offender who may or may not be guilty. Frank (Lance Henriksen) and Emma (Klea Scott) arrive to determine the truth.

Director:

Thomas J. Wright

Writers:

Chris Carter (created by), Patrick Harbinson
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lance Henriksen ... Frank Black
Klea Scott ... Agent Emma Hollis
Brittany Tiplady ... Jordan Black
Tom McCleister ... Max Brunell
Scott Sowers Scott Sowers ... Randie Jarret
Paul Jarrett ... Sam Petersen (as Paul Jarret)
William MacDonald ... Sheriff Paul Dietz
Eileen Pedde ... Karen Jarret
Karin Konoval ... Dr. Angela Horvath
Ron Sauvé ... Brunelli's Dad (as Ron Sauve)
Shawna Delgaty Shawna Delgaty ... Julie Jarret
Tiffany Desrosiers Tiffany Desrosiers ... Shannon McNulty
Michelle Hart Michelle Hart ... Casey Petersen
Jim Poyner ... Judge
Marco Roy Marco Roy ... Deputy Lucas
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The disappearance of a child leads a town to accuse a recently released sex offender who may or may not be guilty. Frank (Lance Henriksen) and Emma (Klea Scott) arrive to determine the truth.

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Language:

English

Release Date:

13 November 1998 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Not what you think it is.
13 November 2018 | by XweAponXSee all my reviews

By all rights, Barnelli appears to be an average child molester. But nothing is as it seems. A child was abducted and he was convicted for it.

His lawyer is not really a lawyer and his crimes are... well, he's out on probation. But the instant he is out, another little girl is abducted.

This is a well done, sensitive episode that makes everyone have to reconsider what they have seen and their initial feelings about it.

Even Frank Black has trouble "Forgiving" Barneli, as does the man's father, and definitely the membership of the town where he lives.

In all of our eyes, this man never should have been released from prison. But the law says he must be released. Frank then indicates, he will not be part of a witch hunt.

But is our popular opinion about this man the correct opinion? That's what this is all about.

In the end, Barnelli asks Frank Black if he forgives him: But Frank Black also asks for Barnelli's forgiveness.


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