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A young woman begins to have nightmares where she believes that time stands still and she can see and hear future events. In her nightmares she keeps seeing an evil bald man. Her doctor can't figure out what is happening, but a government agent who hears about her visions tries to help her, as he is investigating a plane crash that appears to involve the bald man she keeps seeing. Written by Anonymous

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The Eyes of Deborah
3 October 2015 | by (las vegas, nv) – See all my reviews

Deborah Raffin's lead performance in this tepid TV-made thriller is the only reason to watch. Clearly inspired by the theatrical "Eyes of Laura Mars" from 1978, plot concerns an actress in Los Angeles who begins having premonitions of a menacing bald man and a plane crash; naturally, the two are connected, and soon our heroine finds herself kidnapped by the psychopath (who hangs out in an abandoned building well-equipped with burning light bulbs). Two of the supporting performances--by Bruce Davison as Raffin's whining boyfriend and Andrew Pine as the preening madman in tight jeans--are so ineffective as to be almost embarrassing, which is really the fault of writer Robert Carrington for his atrocious teleplay and director Ivan Nagy for his inept staging. There's a modicum of tension in Carrington's scenario, and Raffin acquits herself well until her character is turned into a punching bag; however, when the drama and the majority of characters are this ridiculously drawn, it's nearly impossible to fall for such juvenile shenanigans.


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