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I caught this short movie on TV one day just flipping around. After watching I could say that it was lovely. Dana Delany is wonderful as the sinister wife who's plotting behind her husbands back to do... something that I will not spoil.
I thought that Treat Williams did a terrific job of grabbing the viewers' attention right from the first frame and not letting go up untill the surprising end, 27 minutes later. And if you're a Dana Delany fan (as I am) you wouldn't want to miss this, if you could find it showing anywhere. And if you're not, well, you wouldn't be disapointed as well.
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