After a woman jumps in front of a truck to save her daughter's life, she wakes up in the hospital in a seemingly alternate reality where everyone and everything in her life are different, including her own name.
After saving her daughter from an accident Joanna wakes up in the hospital in an alternate world where nothing is as it should be. Someone else lives in her house, her daughter is gone and everyone calls her Sarah. The problem is Sarah is suspected of murdering her son. The only person to believe her is her doctor who has fallen for her. With his help she tries to unravel the mystery and get back to her own life.Written by
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On the hospital scene where Joanna Burke is talking with Dr. Matt Westbrook you can see the microphone of the crew. See more »
Bad leading player
I found this to be rather trite and very bad acting on leading lady, Sherilyn Fenn, and her performance. It seemed odd to me that in every scene, including getting out of bed in the morning, that she had perfect make up on, perfect hair do. Throughout the movie she runs around with a frantic look on her face and no make up smudges, even her beauty mark in place. I felt bad for Thomas Gibson, who I like, and Steve Harris, the cop, who had to do scenes with her.
She was that bad. Can you imagine, in real life, what her pillow must have looked like with all that make up covering it?
I also felt the direction was pretty standard with not much offered to viewers. As to the ending, who knows what was real and unreal? To me, I didn't really care. I was hoping they'd lock her up. Again, LMN does their best to make women victors and men losers. But they pick the wrong actresses most of the time to do it.
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