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Olive has been having a rough time ever since her husband killed her lover and then committed suicide. Now her co-workers are talking about her, someone is following her, and someone keeps breaking into her apartment. The police don't take her seriously. Written by
Greg Mintz <GM.Augusta@worldnet.att.net>
It was a misguided film. What should have been about a woman who was suffering from the suicide of her husband became an unexplained flick about a psychopathic / atypical crazy girl.
When looking into the actual premise it's just a sad story about a woman who has early onset dementia and hysteria induced from the sudden death of her husband.
She becomes mislead by her own sense of reason and drifts from reality. I couldn't say that there was anything appealing about this movie if not for the intent of watching Heather Graham in a once in a life time performance.
Plus, me from 10yrs ago is now cackling like a child and saying that she makes out with Carrie-Anne Moss for a whole scene.
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