A woman is mugged and bumps her head. To her surprise, when she returns home she finds out that she's been gone for two years and her husband has gotten a divorce in her absence. Searching ...
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A luxury home, a handsome husband and terrific children. But it all comes crashing down when she is accused of being a mastermind behind a brutal triple-homicide and is arrested and ... See full summary »
A T.V. show along the lines of a soap opera which centers on one young woman, Tiger Hayes, as she starts up a perfume company. The usual soap plots of adultery, romance, corruption, and ... See full summary »
A woman is mugged and bumps her head. To her surprise, when she returns home she finds out that she's been gone for two years and her husband has gotten a divorce in her absence. Searching for an answer to the missing two years, she revisits her old haunts, including her old teaching job, but haunted by dreams of a violent incident she witnessed at an art gallery she is drawn into the intrigues of her other life living with an artist. Meanwhile several men pursue her with deadly intent. Written by
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The cast and the environs are so obviously Canadian posing as U.S. that it loses authenticity. Mills is such a perverse actress that she has rarely been sympathetic in any role, even without the eye paint, and her role here is no exception. Good stolid Canadian actress Florence Patterson is as convincing as Mills' mother as Zelda Rubinstein would be as Brooke Shields' mom. Lon Katzman's performance is so awful that it becomes risible.
The only surprising thing is the downbeat ending when true love does indeed depart on the 6:12 train, with no last minute saccharine "happy" ending.
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