Lucy (Leslie Hope), her husband Michael (Victor Ertmanis), and their business partner William (Dan Left) are the owners of a small publishing company in Toronto. The stability of their ... See full summary »
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Gregory Harrison was terrific in this movie. He stars as Scott, a broke acting teacher, who dreams of hitting the big screen. His former girlfriend Meg helps him, she is his agent. When the right job comes along a little mix up happens and Scott doesn't get there in time to get the part. His students can't pay him, he has very little money left and with the parking tickets he gets every other minute he can barely hold on to the studio since he is 3 months behind on his rent. When he meets Rachel, a shy waitress, who wants to take up acting lessons he first acts rude, but they later get together and start to date and at the same time 20,000 dollars are found in his account. Surprised Scott thinks it must be a bank error, but since he needs the money he decides to withdraw a little so he would pay back later. A few days later 10 million dollars end up in his account, his landlord ends up dead and he is being framed for the murder. When he tries to find Rachel he discovers that she isn't who she says she is. Using his talent as an actor Scott decides to get to the bottom of this even if it means risking his life. A very good movie with a confusing ending.
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