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Paul Michael Glaser,
A young woman named Jennie Logan is trying to rebuild her shattered marriage. She and her husband move to an old Victorian style home, where she finds a beautiful dress in the attic, which has a tear in the shoulder. She has the dress repaired. When she tries it on in the restored attic, she suddenly finds herself in another era. This time travel seems to happen whenever she wears the dress. She learns the house was once owned by an artist named David Reynolds who died under mysterious circumstances. She meets the artist and eventually falls in love with him. Knowing what she does about his fate, can her love save him and change history?Written by
The film is based on the 1977 novel "Second Sight" by David L. Williams. In the novel, Jennie merely finds a drawing of the white Victorian dress and has a replica made, whereas in the film she finds an actual white Victorian dress in the attic. The replica dress in the novel and the dress found in the attic in the film both work as the catalyst transporting her back in time. See more »
When Jennie is told to take off her wet dress, it was obviously dry. See more »
I loved this movie, I think of it often, I even brought a poster of a woman in the victorian dress, I called it my "Jennie Logan". I would love to have a copy either VHS of DVD. A TV movie has never an that kind of affect on me.
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