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Three professional women have disappeared from a small New England town in a period of just 18 months. Sheriff Nickie Welles, who has learned that state budget cutbacks will soon eliminate her job, is determined to find out who's behind these terrible crimes. In an act of desperation, Nickie asks James Hart, a local psychic, to help solve this tragic mystery before her tenure comes to an end. However, Detective Sandra Franks, Nickie's lover, believes James is a fake and that her girlfriend is in over her head. James has problems of his own. Troubled by a sleep disorder, he checks himself into a hospital where he meets an oversexed nurse who will become the next victim of these mysterious crimes. James suspects someone is out to frame him. Could it be Sandra? Ultimately their investigation will uncover a terrible secret that will bring Nickie, James and Sandra to the brink. From award winning documentary filmmaker Christopher Ward. Written by
Dull, slowly paced, poor acting. Also,the soundtrack volume was too high, such that it competed with the actors voices. Several plots were developed in this film. After one suffers through most of this rough-hewn drivel, SUDDENLY all plot twists, discoveries, and resolutions occur within the last 6 minutes or so.
*Spoiler* OK, so there are missing women. No clue as to what happened to them. Then, some idiot boy plays with a grenade, & narrowly escapes death when an adult tosses the grenade into a lake. Boom! Yay! The 3 missing womens' dead bodies all suddenly pop up to the surface of the water.The psycho killer is revealed and dispatched. The psychic is discredited and the two women decide to be a couple. Again. The movie plot really had potential. It took itself waaaay too seriously, and the heavy, foreboding music was overdone. Also, the slow, contemplating piano in some scenes almost made time stop. OMG, it was truly bad.
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