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"Remember Me", which is based off of Mary Higgins Clark's book of the same name, is a pretty good made-for-tv-movie. The story of a young mother who is suffering from PTSD related to the death of her young son, which she blames herself for. The main character, Menley, and her husband, stay in a wonderful old house on the Eastern Seaboard, where her husband grew up. Strange things begin to happen in the house - and Menley begins to doubt her sanity, which is dangerous, especially since she is alone most of the time with her baby daughter Hannah. "Remember Me" is a good movie, one of the better made-for-tv adaptations. I enjoyed this movie. If you are a fan of Mary Higgins Clark's novels, watch this movie.
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