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The real-life Plague of Justinian that killed half of the world population in 6th century AD reappears in modern day New York City. As mass panic leads to chaos, a female doctor tries to stop the outbreak.
This was a very compelling movie, and Kate Jackson did a stand out job, playing who she plays best -- a strong woman with 'character.' The plot was great, in that, for quite a long time, you weren't sure who to trust.
The Alaskan scenery was beautiful, even warm inside, I shivered.
The chemistry between Kate Jackson and Corbin Bernsen seemed lacking at times, however, and I would've liked a stronger rather than the 'cheesy TV-movie style' resolution.
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