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Two sisters find that they have to make their own way in the world after their father is jailed. Elinor is a cleaner in a spa. Marianne works for a marketing company but she also makes scented lotions, which turn out to be a real winner.
To escape her abusive spouse, Sarah fakes her own death and flees. Seems like a good plan, right? Sadly, it doesn't take her estranged husband long to get wise and hunt her down. This game between them will turn deadly and it looks like only one will survive.
For once again we are forced to watch this actress (a carbon copy of Judith Light) doing soap opera. Again playing opposite a man she could be the mother of, let alone a wife. After a while it gets boring seeing her dramatize her way through the movie. Wearing obvious sun glasses to disguise herself yet letting her much too long mop of hair blow in the wind. I always wonder why she is constantly covering her face with so much hair, too much hair for a woman of her age.
It seems Jamie Luner looks the same in every film she makes. No change in her looks or her acting. Still awful. The gentleman in question played by Nels Lennarson has not choice but to play opposite her. How he must have suffered creating his role. She was that annoying.
But that hair. Please somebody give her a haircut and get rid of all that mop. That too is annoying. Once you cut two thirds of it off - COMB IT!
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