Three young New Yorkers decide to travel South for a few days away from the Big Apple. They pick up a beautiful, mysterious young sightless woman with a strange and unsettling past. All ... See full summary »

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Pauline
Roger Kabler ...
Robbie
Mary McLain ...
Marjorie
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Lance
John MacKay ...
Dr. Peterson
Cyrece Dyonn ...
Pauline's Mother
John Patrick Rice ...
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Alan Spaulding ...
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Diane DiBernardo ...
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Terri Chale ...
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Cindi Wyatt ...
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Donna Cannon ...
Chickenette
Christy Coggins ...
Chickenette Restaurant Patron
Avner Jones ...
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Three young New Yorkers decide to travel South for a few days away from the Big Apple. They pick up a beautiful, mysterious young sightless woman with a strange and unsettling past. All three are captivated and fascinated by her, but can she be trusted? Written by Duncan Shine <Shine@Telecall.Co.Uk>

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Three friends... One stranger. She led them to places that only existed in her mind's eye. See more »


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15 February 1991 (USA)  »

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GUSTAV MAHLER: SYMPHONY NO. 2 IN C MINOR
Written by Gustav Mahler
Performed by Otto Klemperer: Vienna Symphony Orchestra
Courtesy of the Moss Music Group
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What you can't see won't hurt ya
26 January 2005 | by (WILMINGTON, NC) – See all my reviews

When I saw this movie, I said to myself, this movie ought to be good. And I was right, this movie is good. This movie is close to "Deliverance", without all the heavy drama. Picking up a blind hitchhiker isn't really a threat, right? Well, how can I say it. It's really kind of creepy about having a blind companion along for the ride. One thing I can think of if she's a pickpocket. The one thing I found funny about this movie is when they took the guy's pick-up truck while he was alleviating his "friend". The funnier part is when he zipped it up. OUCH! That will make anyone feel two things, Pain and Hilarity. But most of the time, knowing about the person they picked up/will be just left unsaid to the out of town vacationers. Well just to put it in my final words, this movie should be labeled a mystery instead of a drama. Even though there are a lot of thrills to go by in this movie. The best way to understand the movie is to see it for yourself. Rating 4.5 out of 5 stars.


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