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Sandra moves to a small town with her new husband Dr Kevin Richardson - a man she only met six months ago. Kevin is everything she's ever dreamed of and from the outside they look like the perfect couple. However, Kevin begins to exert increasing control over Sandra while his sister Jolene starts renovating their back yard deck. Sandra's concerns heighten when one of her co-workers dies of a brain hemorrhage at Kevin's hospital. As Sandra begins to investigate her ideal husband's past, the man she loves puts her life in danger.Written by
Lousy movie, but the portrayal of the cops was accurate
This is the most incoherent suspense movie I've ever seen. Veronicammartin's comment, "It is the rude, unhelpful police who 'steal the day'" is spot on.
But I'm afraid she's naive when she says, "I would have put a complaint in against them for telling me to find them evidence and not following leads, I'd have said that's your job." Years ago a tow truck smashed my car while it was parked. Witnesses identified the towing company. My insurance company required the tow truck's registration or they'd charge me the deductible, so I went to the towing company offices. When I asked for the information, the owner pulled a gun on me. I went straight to the nearest police station, but they refused to go back to the towing company with me. They insisted that I had to give them the name of the guy who pulled the gun on me or they wouldn't write up a report. When I asked them how they expected me to get the guy's name, they suggested I go back and ask him! Let's hear it for Boston's "finest".
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