A Louisiana woman discovers that a trusted neighbor has installed video surveillance equipment in her home to spy on her family. As a result, the real-life Wilson lobbied for a 1999 state ... See full summary »
A Louisiana woman discovers that a trusted neighbor has installed video surveillance equipment in her home to spy on her family. As a result, the real-life Wilson lobbied for a 1999 state law passed in nine other states since making video voyeurism a felony. Written by
Pretty good - and I never watch Lifetime movies...
I generally dismiss any Lifetime TV movie. Can you blame me, what with titles like "Mother May I Sleep With Danger", "Danger In Blue Sky Country", and my personal favorite: "Baby Monitor: Sound of Fear"? However, I was flipping through the other night and it was on, and it actually caught my attention and held me. It was very interesting and well done for a television movie. I think Angie Harmon saved it, she's very good to watch. The script wasn't bad. But overall it was the fact that this was a true story and that I learned from watching it that only FIVE states in the US have laws against video voyeurism!! I couldn't believe it!
So, this was pretty good. The first Lifetime Movie I actually watched and could say I liked. I just watch Lifetime for Golden Girls and Nanny - both shows you should watch if you don't already, by the way!
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