A distraught widow on the verge of a mental breakdown discovers that her murdered husband's eyeglasses reveal the last moments of his life and possibly the identity of the killer.

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Laurel Janus
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Becca Niles
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Nick Janus
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Stanley Coe
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Lew Gallo
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A distraught widow on the verge of a mental breakdown discovers that her murdered husband's eyeglasses reveal the last moments of his life and possibly the identity of the killer.

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9 October 2002 (Canada)  »

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Forest Whitaker - Host: [opening narration] Born into a life of wealth and privilege, Laurel Janus has always gotten exactly what she wants. But with the murder of her husband, Laurel's life of luxury has been shattered. Now, all she wants, is to see justice done. A justice that can only be found in the Twilight Zone.
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Remake of The Twilight Zone: Dead Man's Shoes (1962) See more »

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Never Wear Someone Else's Glasses--You'll Ruin Your Eyes
7 July 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Good old Laurel. She gave testimony at the murder trial of her husband, and the guy got a long sentence (but not death). For some reason she decides she wants his clothes and there is a pair of glasses he used. When she looks through them, she begins to see visions. She sees the actual murder unfold. Because there are individual segments of the event that are produced, we are led on a merry chase to see what really happened. We find that this woman had a lot of issues with drugs and alcohol and wasn't the most stable. The murder trial took two years of her life as she submerged herself in the evidence. The conclusion is quite interesting to say the least.


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