Screen Two: Season 4, Episode 1

The Vision (9 Jan. 1988)

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James Marriner
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Grace Gardner
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Helen Marriner
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Jo Marriner
Paul Maxwell ...
Bill Freed
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Charlie Parrott
Bruce Boa ...
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Lynda Bellingham ...
Mary Morris
David Lyon ...
Richard Beck
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Derek Miles
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Lord Mallory
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Richard Jenkins
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Remick makes it worthwhile --
26 June 2002 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A rather implausible story about a sinister quasi-religious group that is plotting to . . . what, I'm not exactly sure, something about using TV to fill a power vacuum and create a new order in Europe following the expected collapse of the Soviet Union (which did indeed self-distruct a couple of years later). Dirk Bogarde is a has-been UK TV personality hired to front the organization but grows uneasy about its aims. I got this little-known video because classy beauty Lee Remick was cast as the head of this new UK TV network. And I wasn't disappointed as she appears in most scenes. Even though in her early 50s she was as gorgeous as ever. This was unfortunately among her last movies and is possibly the least known.


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