A radio psychologist gives some advice to a distraught woman desperate to escape from an abusive partner.

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Douglas Jackson

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Nelson Williams (story), Christine Conradt (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Alexandra Paul ... Liz Manners
William R. Moses ... Kyle Lundstrom / James Stratton (as William Moses)
Gary Hudson ... Rob Manners
Sonya Salomaa ... Ashley
Sophie Gendron Sophie Gendron ... Sarah Jane Lang
Cary Lawrence Cary Lawrence ... Kate Powers
Millie Tresierra Millie Tresierra ... Dinah
Gabrielle Carteris ... Detective Shannon Sparks
Mark Camacho ... Detective Yokum
Peter Michael Dillon ... Toby Nederman
Luigi Saracino ... Ozzy
Dean Hagopian Dean Hagopian ... Terence
Barry Blake ... Devon
Thelma Farmer ... Gretchen
Sally Clelford ... Sales Clerk (as Sally Cleford)
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In Philadelphia, the psychologist Dr. Liz Manners is the host of the WLOR Talk Radio Show giving advices about relationships to her audience. When she suggests to her listener Sara Jane to leave her abusive and obsessive husband Kyle Lundstrom, Sara runs away home chased by Kyle and is hit by a car, immediately dying. The psychopath Kyle decides to use his money to destroy Dr. Manners' life, and assuming the fake identity of the investor James, he meets her husband Rob and poisons her marriage. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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The punishment is worse than the crime See more »


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Great thriller!
27 April 2014 | by authorb22See all my reviews

I recently watched this on MyLifetime.com (thank you, Lifetime!) and it was great! Alexandra Paul, William Moses, and Gabrielle Carteris shined in their roles in this movie.

The basic plot of the movie is that Dr. Liz Manners (Paul) is a radio psychologist for a radio station that gives relationship advice. When she advises frequent caller Sara Jane (Sophie Gerdon) to leave her abusive, obsessive husband, Kyle Lundstrom (Moses), she tries to escape from him and is hit and killed by a car in the process. It is then that Kyle works his way into Liz's life and plots revenge against her, blaming her for destroying his marriage.

The acting was fantastic and the story was extremely compelling. While there were a few plot holes, (the most obvious for me is how Kyle found Liz to begin with) the movie was very enjoyable and I recommend you watch it on Lifetime's website or buy it on DVD if you can.

Also, this isn't a complaint or compliment; just something I noticed. At one point, Gabrielle Carteris' character looks up Kyle Lundstrom in the police database and says "I knew it" when she finds him. At first, I thought that meant she was Sara Jane's sister (the one she mentioned during some of her calls to Dr. Manners). But that isn't the case. Just wanted to share that.


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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 October 2005 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A Lover's Revenge See more »

Filming Locations:

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

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