After their mother dies, Celeste Hart struggles to come to terms with her own identity, literally, as her mother was the only person who could ever tell Celeste apart from her identical twin, Leeann. Dealing with grief differently, Celeste begins to pull away from her sister, her partner in life and business, while dangerously unstable Leeann only smothers Celeste more. Mere days before opening their hip new yoga studio, Celeste escapes on a self-realization yoga retreat led by Sergio, a Yogi who's as charming as he is spiritual. Abandoned, Leeann unravels maniacally and plots to find her twin and put an identity-bending end to Celeste's new beginning - at any cost.Written by
Downward Twin: Amazing this wasn't made by Lifetime
Downward Twin otherwise known as Twinsanity is a thriller that follows the Lifetime formula, I'm shocked they didn't make this.
It tells the story of two identical twins and how one tries to break away from the obsessive hold of the other. I'm sure you can tell what happens next to the letter, and yes it really is that predictable.
The twins are fantastic and deliver a great performance as does Angie Everhart who it was very nice to see up on screen again. Everyone else is passable but the plot is so generic and so color by numbers its hard to really enjoy.
No surprises, no twists, just that standard Lifetime Original formula where once you've seen one you've seen them all.
Standard harmless stuff but light on entertainment value.
Not convinced by that finale
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