On the surface, Meg and Tom Davidson are in a happy marriage. There is, however, an underlying tension between the two because of Meg's part-time job as a real estate agent, which was ...
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On the surface, Meg and Tom Davidson are in a happy marriage. There is, however, an underlying tension between the two because of Meg's part-time job as a real estate agent, which was originally only supposed to fill in her down time as a stay-at-home mom caring for their infant daughter, Ellie. Because of how successful she is at her job, Meg, on the urging of her boss George, is contemplating taking the broker's course and getting her broker's license, leading to a full time job. Tom, a lawyer, deep down would rather Meg return to being a full time stay at home mom and wife. What he sees as this neglect is only part of the reason why Tom has embarked on an affair with a younger woman named Lisa Carver. However, Tom, who really does love Meg, decides to break it off with Lisa. Lisa does not take this news well. Although Tom is aware of the telephone calls and other attempts she makes to contact him, he is unaware that Lisa is emotionally unstable, as she will do whatever she needs to...Written by
To have and to Hold has shades of Fatal Attraction,but is nowhere near as intense or complex.Justine Bateman Plays Meg,a woman who believes her husband,Tom(Sebastian Spence) is having an affair.he was,but has since broken it off.of course,the woman he was seeing cannot let it go,and keeps phoning or showing up where he is.this woman is not nearly as psycho as the psycho in Fatal Attraction.However her actions do lead to violence and murder.there are a few plot twists in this movie,but nothing that can't be figured out.Bateman and Spence are fine in the lead roles.this movie is a bit more morbid and depressing at times than many TV movies,but it still passes the time,and is not boring.To Have and to Hold gets 6/10
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