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An okay time waster for a weekday afternoon while doing your paperwork
This is nothing special but I will give credit to the writers for some decent level of originality. The story is about a pretty mom named Agatha Sayers (played by Emmanuelle Vaugier) who is a writer of mystery/romance novels when all of a sudden her world turns upside down when someone takes the words from her written pages verbatim and kidnaps her daughter.
The suspense is void in this film but just like when you drive by a bad car accident.....everyone slows down and you just have to look at the carnage with your own two eyes. I knew this made for TV movie was not going to be good so no surprise there, and the ending.....well let's just say I won't remember this film for very long.
I give it a 5 out of 10 rating
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