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A Touch of Fate (2003)

One night in a small town in North Carolina, fate brings together three lives: an entertainment lawyer returning home to his dying mother after years in escape of his past, a woman trying ... See full summary »

Director:

Rebecca Cook (as Rebecca Bagley Cook)

Writer:

Rebecca Cook (as Rebecca Bagley Cook)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Teri Hatcher ... Megan Marguilas
Andrea Powell ... Jessie McGruff
Robert C. Treveiler ... Ray Kline
Cody Newton Cody Newton ... Charlie McGruff
Rhoda Griffis ... Chippy Trick
David Andrews ... James Kline
Collin Wilcox Paxton ... Mrs. Kline
Jacqueline Anderson ... Betsy Kline
Gil Johnson Gil Johnson ... Kenny McGruff
Gail Goldkamp Bagley Gail Goldkamp Bagley ... Maggie Walters
Don Henderson Baker ... Det. Joe
Bubba Lewis ... Jason
Chad Beckim Chad Beckim ... LAX bartender
Danny Green Danny Green ... Craig (as Daniel Green)
LG Taylor ... Emily
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One night in a small town in North Carolina, fate brings together three lives: an entertainment lawyer returning home to his dying mother after years in escape of his past, a woman trying to reclaim her supposed love, and a boy with a penchant for the sixth sense who struggles with the death of his father and overbearing love of his single mother. When the past and future suddenly bind these people together on a journey of need, forgiveness and discovery, they realize they've gained something when they least expected it - love. Written by Courtney Williams

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Connected by chance, bound by love

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Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 February 2003 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A sors keze See more »

Filming Locations:

Wilmington, North Carolina, USA

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Velveteen Films See more »
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Color (Technicolor)
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Soundtracks

Morning Jitters
Written by Michael Hayes
Performed by Lemonpeeler
Courtesy Sissybar Records
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A movie I can thoroughly recommend
6 July 2003 | by thoneSee all my reviews

I'm inclined to agree with Simon Macca's view of this film, which I saw on Sky Movies. The scenery on display is quite beautiful and relaxing to watch, the greenery and wide, calm waterways not unlike parts of the UK where I live. The script is paced accordingly but never boring, as each of the characters has a strong personality and holds the attention during the development of the bond between them. Those familiar with Teri Hatcher's versatile talents in past work are in for a pleasant surprise as she becomes Megan. Her acting is superb and she has a quiet chemistry with Rob Treveiler which is very natural, involving a few fun scenes in spite of the overall dramatic theme. There is strong support from the rest of the cast and this is one movie I can thoroughly recommend to everyone, young and old.


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