A woman runs into a man who looks exactly like her dead brother. He claims he doesn't know her and leaves. She and her husband decide to investigate. This leads them to the Sandburg Research Institute.

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Bob Boxletter
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Marion Boxletter
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Dr. Randolph
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Mr. Fryman
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Dr. Congemi
John DeLay ...
Dr. Stanley
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Tom
Beth Harper ...
Clarissa
Don Hibdon ...
Clerk
Don Adler ...
Officer Michaels
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Valerie
Erik Alskog ...
Joey
Russ Fast ...
Kurt
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When a woman sees her brother who was supposed to have with died along with her son, she naturally becomes suspicious. When he claims to be someone else, she isn't convinced. After tracing the home of the 'brother', she and her husband stumble upon a top secret project. They get too close to the truth and are therefore intercepted... Written by Rob Hartill

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Someone's stealing the past to destroy the future


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PG-13 | See all certifications »
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18 March 1992 (USA)  »

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Dobles asesinos  »

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Loss of identity thriller
14 January 2005 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I enjoyed this more for the questions it raised, rather than the film itself. I've always liked the loss of identity, amnesia, who am I really? type plots. The story itself reads like one of Dean Koontz's potboiler novels. Also echoes of the 'Total Recall' film with the brain swapping stuff and having Kevin McCarthy as the unhinged scientist, brought back memories of the classic 'Invasion of the Body Snatchers.' One of the questions asked was the old 'what is the soul?' one. It was strange to see that the strongest character in the film itself was the brain imprints of a dead man! Asking the other question of what truly constitutes a person's personality.

Not the best film ever and really a strictly by numbers TV movie at the end of the day. But was oddly engaging and the two leads performed well in their dual roles. File under - not bad.


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