Two identical women, one virginal and good and the other sexy and seductive, vie for the affections of a young stockbroker,



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Episode credited cast:
Camilla Power ...
Lisa / Zoe
Peter Milton
John Amber Powell
Michelle Newell ...
Andrea Cleasant
Helen Blatch ...
Frances Jeater ...
Rebecca Horowitz
Victoria Duarri ...
Oliver Young ...
Steve Moss
Faroque Khan ...
Alison Reid ...
Young Mother
Lara Bobroff ...
Body Double
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Daniel Fearn ...


Peter Milton and Lisa Cleasant are engaged and will soon be getting married. Peter is a brash stockbroker in the City and Lisa is timid and very superstitious. One day they meet Zoe, who is the spitting image of Lisa but very different in personality: she is confident, flirtatious and daring. Being superstitious, Lisa believes that if you meet someone who is your double, you will die within the month. While she is on holiday in Mexico with her equally superstitious mother, Peter and Zoe have a brief but torrid affair. When Lisa returns, she arranges to meet Peter at their "special place" in the woods. But when Zoe also turns up, it looks as if Lisa's superstition might actually happen. Written by Anonymous

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Crime | Drama | Mystery





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3 January 1997 (UK)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Peter Milton: Zoe, wait. Could we, um, meet or something?
Lisa: [as Zoe, clucking her tongue] You're a married man, Peter... near enough. What is it they say? Don't get involved with married men. But you'd like to see me?
Peter Milton: Yes.
Lisa: [as Zoe, flirtatiously ] Might be dangerous.
Peter Milton: So?
Lisa: [as Zoe] I see. Tomorrow night soon enough?
[Handing him a card]
Lisa: Eight o'clock at my place. You bring the booze.
Peter Milton: It's a deal.
Lisa: [as Zoe] Yeah, that's right. That's what it is. It's a deal.
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Turns out exactly as you expect
19 July 2016 | by See all my reviews

I watched the whole thing, wanting it to be something of a surprise by the end. It isn't! Without giving anything away, I worked out the story-line in the first few minutes and it barely deviated. To be honest, it felt like an homage to the old Hammer House stories, down to the art gallery scene, the necklace, tarot cards and the inevitable female in danger.

The ending was annoying in its predictability and I cam away feeling annoyed I'd spent the time with it. I really wanted to have something happen to take it away from the routine, which is why I hung in there. I gave it 2 stars because Jason Flemyng made the suffering semi-worthwhile.

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