Frederick Forsyth is the writer of well-known thrillers such as The Day of the Jackal(1971) and The Fourth Protocol(1984). In the 1950s he trained to become a pilot in the army before turning to journalism in the mid sixties. Forsyth published his first book in 1969. Since then he has made his mark as a Eurosceptic conservative and as writer of bestselling thrillers. Today we present a little known movie based on a story by Frederick Forsyth: The cry of the Innocent(1980). It is a story about conspiracy and revenge featuring an insurance agent who tries unravel the mystery behind the death of his family. Click here to watch it with Real Player.

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