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I'll Be Seeing You (2004)

TV Movie  -   -  Crime | Drama | Mystery  -  1 May 2004 (USA)
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A young woman must identify the body of her exact double and ends up discovering the details of her father's death.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Patricia Collins
Catherine Collins
Philip Carter
Lt. Story
Richy Müller ...
Frances Grolier
Matthew Walker ...
Dr. Manning
Christina Jastrzembska ...
Dr. Helene Petrovic
Jennifer Miles ...
Rob Roy ...
Dr. Williams
Wendy Anderson ...
Fiona White
Leanne Scott ...
Jill McAlister ...


When a woman is murdered and when she is found the police assume she's Patricia Collins. But when they call her home to tell her mother, she answers so they ask her to come see the woman and is shocked to see she looks like her. And it appears she was on her way to see Patricia. Patricia learns that the woman is her half sister and she was coming to see her about their father who disappeared some time ago. So she thinks that the person who was responsible for her father's disappearance was the one who killed her to keep her from telling Patricia what she knows. Written by

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Daughter investigates her father's disappearance/murder

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Rated PG-13 for violence | See all certifications »





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1 May 2004 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Das fremde Gesicht  »

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Thriller farce leaves much to be desired. (spoilers)
11 January 2006 | by (Orlando, Florida) – See all my reviews

'I'll Be Seeing You' is another low budget Canadian production based on the Mary Higgins Clark novel (although she receives no writing credit for this one). It is the story of a strange series of events, and probably the result of writers attempting to squeeze too much drama into one story. It is the standard made-for-TV fare, with low budget, zero glamour, and lots of bad acting. Had it been on CBS ten or fifteen years ago, this would be a rerun on the Lifetime TV network.

A young woman (Alison Eastwood), Patricia, is asked by police at the city morgue to identify the body of a young woman who looks like her. Working with detectives (you know they're detectives because they're wearing trenchcoats!) to trace the identity of the killer, they soon suspect the murder was committed by her father who has mysteriously gone missing and meanwhile, doubting their suspicions, Patricia does her own investigations which leads to a scheme involving the father's scheming coworkers at a fertility clinic, a family from a double-life, and a subplot involving a psycho stalker obsessed with her. And it becomes so outrageous, part of the mystery is solved by a psychic assigned by the police. And yet, she still manages to find time to chit chat with her mother (who was clearly too young for the part), ride horses in the countryside, and carry on a love story with well-meaning guy who is conveniently always right on time. There is, as another viewer has already noted, lots of terrible acting (like the pregnant girl's confession scene, or the numerous times the villains hold their victims at gunpoint and then go on and on yaking about their motives with enough time for--gasp!--the cops or someone else to show up and intervene). A story of this much drama at least needed a more powerful sense of direction, acting, and script. This was just much too lightweight.

I don't know how it fares compared to other films in the Mary Higgins Clark mystery collection, but I will say that by itself, it was mostly laughable nonsense.

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