A scientist reprograms his computer with the personality of a woman and names it "Lucy." When the scientist gets back together with his estranged wife, Lucy, who has fallen in love with him... See full summary »
Sarah Rose Karr
Twelve years ago, Lacey was raped and had a son as a result. Now her rapist is out on parole, and since he's the father of the child and has shown signs of rehabilitation, he's been granted... See full summary »
There are some movies where you might notice a poor script or inept acting and while this movie has both , it also has distractingly bad lighting and worse than amaturish make-up. There is a scene where the two-bit lighting and 99 cent store make-up lights up Barbara Carrera's acne like a like a Christmas tree. There's a reason this listing has no plot out-line. Anyone who watches it is so distracted by the sophomoric production values that the plot escapes them even if the script wasn't totally void of continuity. I'm actually a sucker for dumb old TV movies from this era but this movie displayed a remarkable break-down in movie making on every level. A bonafied turkey, and not the fun kind.
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