An obsessively jealous woman with a history of failed relationships is devastated when her boyfriend leaves her. She blames his new fiancée for causing the break-up, and plans to get revenge by seducing her teenage son.
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The life of a young computer systems analyst is thrown into turmoil when, after arriving in Istanbul to start a new job, she finds her credit cards useless, her bank account empty, and her identity stolen.
Who the hell is Brooke Nevin? Never heard of her and hope to not hear of her again. She's just awful in this boring film. I guessed the killer early on in the film. Obvious. But this Nevin chick goes around in attempts to find the killer in the most unrealistic way. I guess she knows in the script she can go around and attack anyone she wants. In real life she's be eliminated right off the bat. Although I loved it when she got knocked out on the head for snooping. She walks into the seediest places and pries. Then her clothes, tight jeans of course, and he makeup are ridiculous. For someone who's intent to save her Mom to take the time to pluck her eyebrows and apply eye liner so perfect and curl her hair, you wonder just what is real and is not. Otheres in this cast are Kate Jackson, looking older and more realistic for a woman in prison; Keegan Tracy, our heroine's best friend, again with the hair color, eye liner and lip gloss; John Tench as one of the villains and turning in the best performance; Sean Rogerson was good and aware of our phony leading lady and John Furey as the detective who was getting sick of her intrusions with the law.
It's a shame that Kate Jackson has been reduced to this kind of dribble. Come on Kate, pick better vehicles.
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