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Johanna is a therapist on the verge of a midlife crisis. When one of her patients is found brutally murdered, she takes it upon herself to solve the mystery. But why is this stressed-out shrink willing to risk her marriage, her career and her entire life to solve the crime? As the case unravels, so do the dark inner demons that Johanna has been trying to hide for the past 20 years! Written by
A semi-erotic thriller about a very confused psychiatrist.
Adultery, alcoholism, suicide, murder and a possible serial killer are all plot points in this murder mystery. As a pure guess-who-the-killer-is film, it's okay. They give you most of the information you'll need to find the killer. Just don't look too closely at the holes in the plot.
It's biggest flaw is that many people, especially the psychiatrist played by Jolene Blalock, do a lot of stupid things just because if they didn't there wouldn't be a movie. It's the "There's a murderer loose so let's go to a slumber party at the old haunted mansion" syndrome.
Since this was shown on free cable, the erotic part is primarily in dark shadows. It comes off as more lukewarm than hot. Ms. Blalock's fans should know that there is more skin shown in a certain episode of "Star Trek Enterprise" than is shown here.
And let's face it, Ms. Blalock is the primary reason to watch this. She is on screen 90% of the time. Everything (good and bad) revolves around her. To her credit, she manages to have a couple of extraordinary moments in the film.
It could have been better, but it's really not bad.
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