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Color Me Perfect (1996)

TV Movie  |   |  5 November 1996 (USA)
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An intellectually disabled woman who works in a store under the watchful guidance of her nephew guardian undergoes an experimental treatment that transforms her--temporarily--into a genius.

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Cast

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Dina Blake
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Dr. Linda Ryan
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Dr. Mitch Conlon
Stan Cahill ...
Andy Chase
Nathaniel DeVeaux ...
Dr. Elisha Swan
Hiromoto Ida ...
Leonard
Joy Coghill ...
Jennifer
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Susie
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Gina
Jorge Vargas ...
Skateboard Boy #1
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Skateboard Boy #2 (as Chris Lovick)
Chris Humphreys ...
David
Brian Arnold ...
Reporter #1
Joanna Piros ...
Reporter #2
Claire Riley ...
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An intellectually disabled woman who works in a store under the watchful guidance of her nephew guardian undergoes an experimental treatment that transforms her--temporarily--into a genius.

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Female "Charly"
22 January 2001 | by (Madrid, Spain) – See all my reviews

The same story of "Charly" (Oscar winning for Cliff Robertson) or its novel "Flowers for Algernon" by Daniel Keyes, but starring by a female, Michele Lee in a one-woman-show. Very bad, very conservative, and very narcisist, with Lee as the central point of all, and a horrible happy ending.


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