On the surface, Meg and Tom Davidson are in a happy marriage. There is, however, an underlying tension between the two because of Meg's part-time job as a real estate agent, which was ... See full summary »
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On the surface, Meg and Tom Davidson are in a happy marriage. There is, however, an underlying tension between the two because of Meg's part-time job as a real estate agent, which was originally only supposed to fill in her down time as a stay-at-home mom caring for their infant daughter, Ellie. Because of how successful she is at her job, Meg, on the urging of her boss George, is contemplating taking the broker's course and getting her broker's license, leading to a full time job. Tom, a lawyer, deep down would rather Meg return to being a full time stay at home mom and wife. What he sees as this neglect is only part of the reason why Tom has embarked on an affair with a younger woman named Lisa Carver. However, Tom, who really does love Meg, decides to break it off with Lisa. Lisa does not take this news well. Although Tom is aware of the telephone calls and other attempts she makes to contact him, he is unaware that Lisa is emotionally unstable, as she will do whatever she needs to... Written by
This 2006 made for TV mystery drama was a copycat to FATAL ATTRACION and not too good. Fault lies with the story and performances. I feel the director, Terry Ingram, did what he could with bad actors and probably a low budget, meaning a quickie production shoot. Shot in Canada it looked it. I thought the leading lady was over the hill in looks. In fact her husband looked more like her son. With that lined face, ugly mouth and Hitler hair do hanging over one of her eyes throughout the film. Didn't the make up people think of combing her hair even once in the movie? Her husband, played by good looking Sebastian Spence, had nothing to work with and really couldn't do much of anything but say his lines. As did the other male lead, Derek Hamilton. Both guys fared better than the ladies including the too much eye make-up Jessica Lowndes, also with long stringy hair, ala Dracula's daughter, as the other woman. What is it with these actresses and their straight hair hanging in their faces? It seems the wife can just walk into people's houses she doesn't know and poke around. William MacDonald as the detective was the only actor that seemed natural.
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