An attractive art professor is forced to journey into her past to discover the truth about her marriage, her deceased husband and the truth about her former married life.

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Jill Thompson
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Mike
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Leonard
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Sheriff Knowles
Carol Alexander ...
Madge
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Shelby
Heather McDermott ...
Carla
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Mark
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Randi
John Hombach ...
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Jeff Cunningham ...
Andrew
Randy Thompson ...
Dock Worker
John Dadey ...
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Bernie Neufeld ...
Dark Figure #2
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An attractive art professor is forced to journey into her past to discover the truth about her marriage, her deceased husband and the truth about her former married life.

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21 July 2005 (USA)  »

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Csalóka emlékek  »

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CAD 2,000,000 (estimated)
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Duncan Regehr who also stars in the movie is an accomplished artist as well as an actor. His paintings are used in the film and are exhibited at the Smithsonian and at the Getty museum among other venues and galleries. See more »

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When Jill is trying to access her husband's accounts on the bank's website, she tries "Eieffel Tower", the correct spelling is "Eiffel Tower". See more »

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A modern homage to Hitchcock
21 July 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Although modern in it's time frame, there is something haunting and unsettling from the opening scene, as in a classic Hitchcock movie of yesterday. Excellent performances by Daphne Zuniga and Duncan Regehr whose art work adds a lot of class to the movie. The cinematography is stylish and the music is haunting and first rate, more like you would hear in a cinema than on TV. The cops are not clever, but are they in Aruba? The twist in the end is a real shocker, and unexpected. Although the movie is definitely a Lifetime formula, what separates it is the style and performances, and a definite spooky atmosphere which is not often seen on TV. Finally, if you have ever been to the Pacific North West, this movie captures it beautifully and accurately. A classic!


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