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I have always known that Melody Anderson was one of the most beautiful but under-appreciated actresses in Hollywood. On one hand, this movie is a little of a tease as it taunts us with just how alluring the provacative actress is, but there is a limit on how far this could go as a tv-movie. It does show us just how good an actress she can be as her friends and son experience the pitfalls of her decisions. Ed Marinaro is a bit distant in his acting though, but Jerry Supiran proves how well he can do around the adult-minded script. Donna Pescow has a spirited, somewhat one dimensional character, but it is Melody who turns out the singular captivating presence.
But poor outcome...
The only thing worth mention in this movie is a beautiful Melody Anderson, who played the main role. She also proved that she has some talent in acting.
Otherwise, one of the million movies, who don't mean anything in the world of cinematography.
2 out of 10 (Again, thanks to Melody)
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