The Twilight Zone (2002–2003)
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Edie Durant has been depressed since her husband Alec died in a car accident shortly after their wedding one year ago. Her religious leader Shawn encourages her to take up photography once ... See full summary »

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Edie Durant
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Alec Lehane
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Edie Durant has been depressed since her husband Alec died in a car accident shortly after their wedding one year ago. Her religious leader Shawn encourages her to take up photography once again, as she used to before her widowhood, so that she will not be tempted to attempt suicide again. She agrees, but among her black-and-white photographs come out colored shots: ones of Alec that she never took. When others begin to show her in them as well, in the type of house that they had planned to move into, she begins to wonder if he is calling her to him. Written by brainybrailler@comcast.net

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30 April 2003 (Canada)  »

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Alec Lehane was born on December 14, 1977 and died on May 3, 2002. See more »

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Overly Sentimental Schlock
13 July 2017 | by See all my reviews

This plot is out of some cheap romance novel. The young bride loses the handsome guy. She can't get over it but at some point he makes contact from the grave. She is utterly obsessed. This is understandable, but for some reason this has been done hundreds of times, over and over. Of course, she has a friend who is a minister advising her to get on with her life. His pleas go unheard. She is a photographer and when she develops rolls of film, there are strange things in the pictures. They lead her to a really dramatic conclusion. Anyway, not worth the time.


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