Dr. Beck, who has changed his name, saves a young teenage girl drowning in Mexico, whom he falls in love with. As always, there are some complications in his way, but he has plans to possibly get past them and get the girl of his dreams.
After being found not guilty for his crimes, Dr. Albert Beck takes a teaching job at a university, where his blossoming relationship with a student is threatened when one of his previous victims begins a campaign of terror against him.
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[to Sophie, who he has gagged and tied to a bed]
I just someone to be with me!
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Well actually not. If anything the relatively high Imdb score is somewhat of a surprise. The story itself is really not that exciting. A TV movie that helped Eric Roberts out - although I reckon he always finds a job. And he really is a good actor. Even if you may question that statement after watching some of his "spasms" during the movie.
But it's all in good faith and someone has to lower themselves to give this an extra boost. Right now even more might be sensible to something that always should feel like a bad joke. The women do not talk about #metoo but you could apply this to this movie too. There are many cringe worthy moments and overall I don't think anyone needs to see this
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