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Roger Moore's character survives a serious car accident that actually leaves him dead on the operating table for some seconds. Finally out of hospital and getting back to business-as-usual he soon gets the feeling that something is terribly wrong. Stories of him being at two different places at the same time throws his psyche into confusion. This eerie thriller is a welcomed change of pace for Moore in his pre-Bond years. And unlike anything he has made before this demands real acting on his behalf, and he pulls it off convincingly. However the film itself moves at a sluggish pace.
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