Robin Tunney Robin Tunney Screencaps {a quick reference}

nikki8green6 posted on Dec 02, 2011 at 08:07PM
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Zoe (Robin Tunney) is a shy San Francisco computer animator who, while heading home after a few drinks one night, is forced into her car by a stalker, who steers her into a police officer. The stalker flees, and Zoe's left with a dead cop, a high blood-alcohol level and a story no one believes. Can she prove her innocence and evade the man who's still watching her?

Engaged professionals Peter (Joel Edgerton) and Izzy (Robin Tunney) have always been there for each other. But when Izzy is brutally raped in the couple's home, she begins to fall apart emotionally, leaving a helpless Peter to watch her spin out of control. As time passes, Izzy struggles to piece her life back together with the help of her parents (Elliott Gould and Cybill Shepherd) and therapist (Shirley Knight).

Afraid that his father's abuse will spill over onto his vulnerable kid brother, Dylan (Zach Savage), teen Michael Adler (Aaron Stanford) whisks the lad away to a small town, rents a room in a fleabag motel and supports them both with a job in a convenience store. But as Michael begins a relationship with feisty co-worker Carly (Robin Tunney) and things begin looking up, the past comes back to haunt them. Tim McCann directs this gripping drama.

Ed Bianchi directs this Lifetime film that dramatizes the true story of Andrew and Robert Kissel (John Stamos and Anson Mount), business-savvy brothers who married well and scaled the heights of success, only to have their fates take a sharp turn toward disaster. Robert's wife, Nancy (Robin Tunney), unleashes her lethal rage against her husband, while Andrew's drug use and white-collar crimes lead to a mysterious and violent end.
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