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Cast overview, first billed only:
Amanda Knowles
Darren Knowles
Wendy Anderson ...
Katherine Simms
Bobby 'Tiger' Simms
Nick Simms
Lynn Todd
Ian Black ...
Intern (as Mike Fly)
Kelly Handerek ...
Gerald Lenton-Young ...
Doctor Sutton
Doctor Harvard (as Barry Levy)
Scott Martin ...
School Boy
Judy Lawson
Rob van Meenen ...
Ron Lawson


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Amanda's changed... a little boy holds the key.


Drama | Horror




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11 May 2003 (Canada)  »

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La ressuscitée  »

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Despite low user-ratings, this movie is worth watching...
15 January 2004 | by (Victoria B.C.) – See all my reviews least I found it so, and since the only "review" of it appearing in IMDB turns out to be of a different film entirely, I thought that I would assure kindred souls that they won't switch to another channel after ten minutes, disgusted at the cliches and mindlessness of so many of the movies on t.v. today

This is a thinking person's movie despite its many flaws - I awarded it but a "seven"...I thought that the writing did not serve some of the actors well, the interesting Ms Watson was given lines (when her character spoke at all!), that made her seem more like a zombie rather than a woman who has been brought back to life, and Mr Lipinski, I'm sure, could portray the loving, if baffled husband, more satisfactorily, if his part were better written: on the other hand, kudos for creating a fine role for one of my favourite sexpots, Helen, she IS a sympathetic sister.

What kept me glued to the screen was the mystery of the story...this woman who died, clinically on the operating table, and had life returned to her, just WHOSE life, is the question.

One, aided by flashbacks, "visions", and real-time encounters,starts to suspect, but it is only in the very last line spoken, that all falls into place

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