Twin sisters trade places with unexpected results.

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Sabrina Longworth / Stephanie Roberts
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Grant Roberts
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Bryan Foxworth
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Richard Blackwell
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Jim Nolan
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Carlo Ferraro
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Chief Inspector
Joan Sims ...
Mrs. Thirkell
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Penny Roberts
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Princess Alessandra
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Mark Richards
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Dimitri Skolnikoff
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Sergeant James
Hugh Millais
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Storyline

Stephanie and Sabrina are twin sisters. Stephanie is a housewife, who doesn't seem content with her life, while Sabrina is a jetsetter who lives in London. They go to Venice for their birthday and they decide to see how the other's life is. So Sabrina goes to Stephanie's home and becomes mother to her children and wife to her husband Grant. Problem is that Stephanie is a little insecure of an attractive student who is always flaunting herself at Grant. While Stephanie enjoys Sarina's life until her sadistic boyfriend comes into the picture. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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5 October 1986 (Finland)  »

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Cambio de pareja  »

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Helen Adams does not appear in the original novel. Rita McMillan is actually the one sending the notes. See more »

Goofs

When Sabrina is telling Stephanie about the trip to Venice on the phone, her mouth says "It's only a couple of weeks," But the badly dubbed voice says "It's only a couple of days." See more »

Quotes

Sabrina Longworth: Brian, darling, would you be very careful wrapping this vase for Lady Chasen?
Bryan Foxworth: It is such a lovely vase. You know, I really feel as though I were selling my own child. Which of course, I would if the price was right.
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Superb movie, edge of the seat, Ms Powers excels in this dual role
16 July 2003 | by (Portsmouth, England) – See all my reviews

I rented this movie not long after it came out, something to watch on a rainy evening. It was unusually compelling, Ms Powers delivers a performance exceeding anything I have seen her do before or since, not simply as she plays two separate roles, but 'involves' the viewer in what she is enacting. I am not a fan, but this movie alone would stop me from disparaging her work. The story moves along at a fair pace with the twists and turns of a much heavier thriller without the necessity for gruesome scenes. I have been trying to buy this movie for 15 years now and the guys that have it are keeping it, and I understand why.


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