She can run from her dangerous past.... But she can't hide!!! A thriller about one woman's escape from a life of danger and violence - and her struggle against the deadly forces that seeks ... See full summary »
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In 1996, Ricki Lake and Brendan Fraser starred in a movie along with Shirley McLaine entitled "Mrs. Winterbourne". In the movie Ricki plays a girl named Connie. Connie is 18, pregnant, and deserted by her boyfriend. She has nowhere to go and boards a train in an attempt to find shelter. On the train she meets Hugh (Fraser) and his wife, Patricia (played by Susan Haskell) who generously take her into their quarters. The train wrecks, she is mistaken for the benevolent wife, and winds up living with Hugh's mother, who wants to take care of her new "grandchild." She's living up the rich life, thinking nothing can go wrong, and then *bam* -- here comes the ex-boyfriend to ruin things for her. Substitute a truck wreck for the train wreck, put rapists in place of the ex-boyfriend, and take out the pregnancy. Then you've got a brand new movie called "She's No Angel". I can't believe how much this movie is a copycat of "Mrs. Winterbourne". I won't say it's a bad movie; it's not. It's just not a "Lifetime Original Movie"
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