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When Jack Blake picks up a woman and her daughter stranded when their car breaks down, he is struck by the daughter's resemblance to his own murdered child. Jack sees an opportunity to unwittingly involve both women in a scheme which he hopes will unmask his daughter's killer. Written by David McDaid <dpamcdaid@aol.com>

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One for Rachael Stirling fans only
12 May 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

It's hard to know what's more annoying about this made-for-TV film - the extremely silly plot or the predictable, formulaic characters. John Hurt's talents are utterly wasted. However, the lovely Rachael Stirling shines through with her usual charm and charisma, and her fans won't be disappointed.


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