The telepathy between identical twins: conventional Caroline lives with her father and is engaged; Lisa is hard-drinking, devil-may-care, living in London as a high-class call girl. Caroline has horrid dreams of Lisa dying, so she flies to London to help. To find out what befell Lisa, Caroline submerges herself in Lisa's dangerous milieu, seeking help from an East Indian cabdriver who loved Lisa, and continuing to have dreams and visions. Then, while staying in Lisa's flat, wearing Lisa's clothes, and avoiding her own fiance, who has followed her over from the States, Caroline follows her instincts to confront what did happen in her sister's last minutes of life. Written by
Dear film buff or Kim Cattrall fan Your appreciation of this film will depend on whether you are into the artistry of film, like watching Metropolis or Lord of the Rings, or whether you are a fan of Kim. My feet are in both camps here, and i am prepared to forego the slightly wooden acting. It is not that bad, honestly, and if you are a Louise Brooks fan as i am, you may be forgiven for thinking this is Kim doing a Louise tribute, and i love her for that. (Diane Lane does the same thing in The Cotton Club). The plot is a bit dated, the acting understated, and it should be on DVD. This film is much better than a lot of the drivel that comes out on DVD these days, so come on, those that can, should and release this please. 6 out of 10 for the film and 10 out of 10 for Louise.... I mean Kim Cattrall.
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