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Dean Koontz's best-selling novel is brought to TV in this 4 hour mini-series. After the death of his wife and daughter in a plane crash, a newspaper reporter discovers that the crash may have been related to a nefarious scientific experiment involving children. A woman, who claims she was a survivor of the crash, approaches at his wife's grave. This leads into a plot by the Quartermass organization to capture her and a young girl she is protecting - the girl has the powers to heal and to transport. A villainous killer and a young boy who can control minds from a distance lead the attack. Written by
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Could be a nice film but the length is killing it.
The story of this film is ok and should guarantee a great film but it isn't. The film starts ok but basically there isn't enough material to fill the approx. 180 minutes. This results in scenes that go on and on and every bit of detailed is chewed ready for the viewer like they don't have any imagination themselves. Somewhere after 100 minutes of viewing time it's hard to keep fascinated by the film.
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