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as Marci, a young woman who works at "The Brink" ( a seeming metaphor for her life) until she meets her doctor, well-portrayed by Powers Boothe.
Tracey Gold is the caretaker daughter, who takes care of her father (and his assets) and resents the fact that Marci (Rowan) has now entered the picture.
Basically, there is the usual friction. The new stepmother dynamic. Rowan makes a lot of her TV movie roles believable, and is quite versatile. While glamorous and sometimes wanton, she also seems to be the type of woman with a good head on her shoulders. She is not just eye candy for the doctor.
There is a plot involved. David Chokachi portrays Rowan's sometime boyfriend. This movie is worth watching for Rowan, who is good in many of her recent roles. Powers Boothe is always excellent, although this plot was a bit hard to believe in that a man of his intelligence and at his level, could not see the writing on the wall, but this was based on a true story, and sometimes love really is blind!. 8/10.
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