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Rather surprised this story took over 100 pages as a novel. There really is slim material here.
Young divorcée (well-portrayed by a frazzled Kelli Williams) returns to hometown with her daughter after a bitter divorce battle. She stays with her sister-in-law (trouble) and basically the title says it all.
This film was shamelessly promoted for weeks by LMN network, do not expect much. It is one step up from a soap opera, only because Kelli Williams gives a believable and decent performance as a fish out of water in a boring provincial town. There is a side theme with a neighborhood cat burglar which seems thrown in to add suspense, but it is too slim and unbelievable to save the plot. 6/10.
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