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Walk on the Beach Productions
So I'm perusing the video store looking for an older movie since I wasn't interested in any of the new releases. As I pick up random DVD's to check their genre and read their tag line I picked up this movie. I see thriller and Heather Graham's name and think, "she's cool, let me read on." Then I read something that seals the deal: "this movie is like Identity..." OK, now that's the ticket, I loved the movie Identity with John Cusack.
Umm.... I'm still trying to link the two movies together. This was nothing like "Identity" besides the ONE scene in which she saw different versions of herself. The movie was alright, a bit gritty, raw, and depressing, but not all that appealing. All I really got from the movie is: if you land a boyfriend that is addicted to drugs, LEAVE HIM!!!
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