When the best friend of talk-show producer Darcy Scott is murdered while preparing a report about internet dating, Darcy sets out to discover who the killer is, convinced it's one of the men her pal met online.
Law student Emily Winton survives an assault perpetrated by a man who believes she wronged him in a previous life. She assists the investigating detective, who suspects that her attacker ... See full summary »
The 11-year old daughter and girlfriend of a man whose wife had been raped and killed in front of his daughter three years earlier are kidnapped by the same killer. Held captive in a bunker... See full summary »
Lacey Farrell is a Realtor in New York, whose latest assignment is to sell the apartment of a girl, who died in an accident recently. When she talks to the girl's mother she says that she thinks that her daughter's death was not accidental but murder. Later when she shows the apartment to a buyer, she finds the mother there and she says that she was right her daughter was murdered. Lacey and the buyer leave her alone. Later the mother calls Lacey asking her to come over so they can talk. When she gets there she finds the woman dead and the killer is the buyer. Before the mother dies she gives Lacey her daughter journal. Lacey turns it over to police but not until she makes a copy and gives it to the girl's father. Lacey is then told that the killer is a professional. The FBI then places her in Witness Protection. They relocate her to Minnesota and she brought with her a copy of the journal, and she reads it and the girl mentions a friend who lives in Minnesota. She then goes to a ... Written by
The photo used for the character Heather Greco was Kim Poirier's professional headshot, it can be seen on her official site. See more »
When Lacey is reading Heather Greco's journal, the voice-over refers to Ken Lynch, who is a character in the film. The writing on the paper, however, clearly says Tom Lynch in two different places. See more »
There were a bunch of us up at Stowe, skiing. Ginny, Jane Moore, Ken Lynch, Gary Kroll. Ginny and Gary came back to New York and Ken he had to come home for his radio show today.
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Really odd TV-movie from the Mary Higgins Clark plot factory. Oddball international cast does pretty well (for the most part); I don't know if the use of British, Canadian, German, and American actors was a deliberate sop to the multi-culti crowd or just a random occurrence. Anyway, the mystery is quite suspenseful at times, though some of the "twists and turns" are a bit pat. The overall impact is hindered, however, by Emma Samms's strange performance. She was apparently struggling with her American accent: some of her line readings are a bit off, and she uses an inappropriately breathy voice in some scenes that really saps them of tension. There was no intrinsic reason for her to use an American accent anyway; the character could just as easily have been a Brit. Also inexplicable is the (creepy) attention paid below to the little girl--her role is actually small.
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