Gold Fever (2013)

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Gold Fever: Directed by J.T. Haines, Tommy Haines, Andrew Sherburne. With James Anaya, Noam Chomsky, Charlie Clements, Nick Cullather. Gold, an obsession of men and nations; a symbol of wealth and power. But for Diodora, Gregoria, Crisanta and the people living near the Marlin Mine in Guatemala’s highlands, gold represents oppression, intimidation, pollution and even murder. With the rising price of gold, the mine’s owner, Goldcorp, posts record profits, while these courageous women live in resistance to the mine’s unstoppable hunger.

“This episode returns the series to its roots as we get a nice mystery with some fine acting that combines to make a good show.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe episode begins with Roy Comstock, the owner of a development company, and his wife, Valerie, going through a nasty divorce. Valerie Comstock is set to take nearly all the property and money except for the company that will still be owned by Roy.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eRoy appears to be heart-broken over the divorce and the company suffers to the point of closing its doors. This will default on ocean front property that was was placed as collateral by Peter Brent for a bank loan. So when Roy goes missing, Peter hires Perry to find Roy and try to stop the default on the loan.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eRoy writes a suicide note and boards his ex-wifeu0026#39;s boat. Peter Brent tries to intervene but gets knocked out u0026#39;coldu0026#39; from a punch thrown by Roy. Later Royu0026#39;s body is found in the ocean but the medical examiner determines that he was killed by a blow to the head instead of drowning. Peter Brent is the suspect and Perry will defend him in court. Perry believes there is more to the suicide than meets the eye. And could have been a ploy by the Comstocku0026#39;s that somehow went wrong.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eJulie Adams that plays Valerie Comstock does an excellent job of bring the character to life. Ms Adams does well in playing a wide range of emotions that was needed in this story. A good mystery that the viewer will enjoy. Lots of excitement throughout the entire show.”


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