A beautiful young woman is driving through the English countryside during a terrible snowstorm. She wrecks her car, and is found by a bitter, reclusive former American racecar driver, who ...
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A beautiful young woman is driving through the English countryside during a terrible snowstorm. She wrecks her car, and is found by a bitter, reclusive former American racecar driver, who was crippled in an accident. He has some secrets of his own that are hidden. The two fall in love with each other, and he almost blows things with her. He had to learn that sometimes love doesn't come easily, and when it does after a struggle, it is even more precious. Written by
Marinelle K. Szenasy
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Over twenty five years after I endured this film in a Sheffield cinema it still sticks in my mind as the worst film I have ever seen. In fact I use it as a yardstick to measure anything I watch on TV or in the cinema even now. The plot was banal, the acting atrocious and the set didn't fool me for a minute.
I remain intrigued, to this day, as to how the lead actress managed to struggle to a remote hotel in a snowstorm, with nothing but what she stood up in, yet managed to appear in every scene thereafter in a completely new outfit. A chick-flick without the benefit of a decent soundtrack.
If you have an IQ of greater than, say, 75 I beg you not to watch it. I am not surprised it has never been brought out on DVD or video.
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