I am astonished to be the (apparently) first person to put a review on this....15 years after the film was released. Under Suspicion has to be one of the most memorable, cleverest thrillers we've seen in a long, long time; maybe even as far back as Dressed to Kill. The whodunnit plot is excellent and full of red herrings, the acting utterly convincing, film noir screenplay outstanding and the twist at the very end left us open-mouthed and immediately we re-wound the tape and watched the film all over again. I think this actually is Liam Neeson's finest performance, even better than Schindler's List. The courtroom/jail scene is compelling. I think the critics must have been asleep to write anything less than what is written here.