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A Vision of Murder: The Story of Donielle (2000)

TV Movie  -   -  Drama | Thriller | Mystery  -  9 February 2000 (USA)
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When Donielle is just eight years old and attending her best friend's funeral she has a vision that her friend was murdered by his father. No one believes her and she is disowned by her ... See full summary »

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Donielle
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Doug Brister
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Gloria
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Officer Lynda Byron (as Kimberly Hawthorne)
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Rachel
Randi Lynne ...
Clara Henson
Michelle Hart
Robin Avery ...
Officer Ron (as Robin Louis Avery)
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Detective Manny Garett
Ben Cardinal ...
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Emily Hill
Dillon Moen
Katharine Sawchuk
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When Donielle is just eight years old and attending her best friend's funeral she has a vision that her friend was murdered by his father. No one believes her and she is disowned by her mother. Years later and now a mother herself she drifts from town to town and they finally settle in a town that is in the grips of a serial killer.Only Donielle can "see" who the killer is and after he threatens her daughter she knows she must face him down. Based on actual events. Written by Les MacDonald <mcmac@mb.sympatico.ca>

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ENGROSSING OCCASIONALLY, BUT STUPID
17 March 2003 | by (New York, NY) – See all my reviews

Engrossing occasionally, but stupid and unbelievable. Another Lifetime movie set in the U.S. ("Steveston, California"), but filmed in Canada and all the less convincing for it. Gilbert's "visions" aren't even clear or concise. And why doesn't she get her phone tapped by the police after the first threatening call? Maria Conchita Alonso adds some vitality, however, although we know she is doomed almost from the beginning.


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