“Jesse Stone: Innocents Lost” is a made-for-TV movie released in 2011, directed by Dick Lowry. It is the ninth installment in the “Jesse Stone” film series, which is based on the novels by Robert B. Parker. The movie follows the story of Jesse Stone, played by Tom Selleck, the chief of police of the small town of Paradise, Massachusetts.
In this installment, Stone investigates the death of a young girl whose body is found in the woods. As he digs deeper into the case, he discovers that the girl was involved in a dangerous and secretive world of drugs and prostitution. With the help of his colleagues and his girlfriend, Rose, played by Kathy Baker, Stone must navigate the dangerous world of organized crime to uncover the truth about the girl’s death.
The film explores themes of corruption, betrayal, and redemption. It received generally positive reviews from critics, with many praising Selleck’s performance as Stone and the film’s ability to balance suspenseful action with character-driven drama. It remains a popular entry in the “Jesse Stone” film series, which is known for its gritty portrayal of crime in small-town America.
Duration: 91 min.