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After two CSA agents assassinate their mentors but don't remember the crimes, master puzzle-solver Cathy Davis, a.k.a. Jane Doe, connects the incidents to a secret government experiment in mind control. Now, Cathy must quickly uncover who is behind this murderous mission -- before the next agent kills. Written by
Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
If you can accept the idea of a soccer mom/secret agent as we did in The Scarecrow and Mrs. King than this series shouldn't be too bad. But this particular film where we've got one group of CIA agents who were doing their Black Ops thing while under some hypnosis and another group of them who at the utterance of a control word start killing the ones who had been in Afghanistan than you'll accept anything.
This is the particular mystery that our soccer mom agent Lea Thompson is asked to unravel. It hits close to home when her partner starts having Afghan flashbacks and another agent tries to shoot him as well.
Of course Lea solves the case and goes back to the burbs and her husband William R. Moses and his more ordinary problems involving their town council. Lea's character is most engaging and I confess this is the first I saw of her series of films as agent Jane Doe. I do hope the others are better.
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