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Jessica has been married to her controlling husband Gary for years.The abuse only gets worse when she gets a job at a bakery and makes two really caring friends: her co-worker and neighbor Lee, and her boss Walter.
Beth Knowlton is an Arizona college student who aspires to be a photographer. Unbeknownst to Beth, she has caught the eye of Stephen Primes, a much older teacher at the college. Primes begins to insinuate himself into Beth's life and mistakenly believes they are forming a relationship. Soon, Beth is living in fear, never knowing what Primes will do next. Her mother, a judge, is helpless to protect her. Beth flees to another state, but Primes is relentless; a showdown is inevitable. Written by
When Liz Knowlton is watching the videotape of Stephen dancing with Beth at the photo store, Beth looks into the store video camera and says, "I'm going to get you." However, in the earlier scene when they are being videotaped dancing, she doesn't say this. See more »
All in all, this was an OK TV movie. Most of the cast pulled it off well. Joanna Cassidy is always worth watching and never fails to steal the show. And Jere Burns once again plays the creepy stalker to the hilt. However, Brooke Langton as the daughter is this naive, vapid, good-two-shoes who knows this creep is stalking her, but still just takes it all in stride. Her mom tells her, "Sometimes you're too nice for your own good." Frankly, her mom should have been horrified that she raised a daughter who is such a simpleton. This girl doesn't even have the sense to freak out when her stalker breaks into her home and leaves a bottle of champagne in the fridge. So, storyline and supporting cast are fine, but why is the stalker victim the lamest member of the cast?
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