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A CHANGE OF PLACE
Identical twins Domenique and Kimberly Jamison (Andrea Roth, TV's Rescue Me) share stunning good looks, but lead opposite lives. When Domenique, a model for Paris's famous House of Duroche asks Kimberly, a PhD student, to take her place for a month, Kimberly leaves the library behind for the elite world of high-end fashion. There, she learns her sister was the center of a secretive scandal--Duroche's Philippe de Claremont (Rick Springfield, TV's General Hospital) has long suspected Domenique of stealing designs. When Philippe notices a change in "Domenique," his plans to expose her turn into plans to steal her heart...and as Kimberly's feelings for Philippe strengthen, she must decide whether to come clean and reveal her identity, or to secretly clear her sister's name and quietly return to the life she knew.
Genealogist Jordan Kirkland (Mel Harris, TV's Saints & Sinners) knows little about her family's past; only that they were separated during the Russian Revolution. Armed with a single clue--a faded photo of a girl and her music box, adorned by a priceless Faberge egg--Jordan finds help in a darkly handsome, Hungarian art dealer, Nick Rostov (Rob Stewart, TV's Painkiller Jane). Nick has his own motives for finding the music box…and so does someone else, someone who's watching Jordan's every move, someone deadly enough to run her car off the road. As the threats become more serious, Jordan must unlock Nick's real intentions: is he the confidante he pretends to be? Or, are he and the stalker one and the same?
After her brother Alan's death in a remote town is ruled accidental, veteran photojournalist Anne Marie Kerr (Emma Samms, TV's General Hospital) suspects foul play and is determined to investigate his case further. She assumes a false identity to work for the town's wealthiest and most powerful family, the Hollisters, who may know details about Alan's death. There, she learns the eldest son, Jason (Bruce Greenwood, National Treasure: Book of Secrets)--dangerously handsome and known for his violent temper--has reasons to want Alan dead. As she searches the Hollister family's mysterious, dark past, Anne Marie finds herself embroiled in a scandalous affair with the enemy when Jason sparks a heated romance.
When Lisa Temple (Justine Bateman, TV's Men in Trees) wakes in the hospital after being left for dead in an alley, she remembers nothing--no memories of her bitter personality or her husband Paul's (Peter Outerbridge, Lucky Number Slevin) plans to divorce remain. As Lisa takes delight in the world's simple wonders while relearning how to live, Paul recognizes the woman he originally fell in love with, and the romance returns to their once-stale relationship. Slowly, memories return, and Lisa comes to terms with her old identity...until one last vision slides in to place, and she realizes with horror the plot she put in motion--and now, needs to end--the night of her tragic accident. Co-starring Kenneth Welsh.
Mindless, sappy, happy ending escapism. Great for those down in the dumps days when you still want to believe in Cinderella and Prince Charming type relationships.Published 3 months ago by Mandy56
They really need to have either individual DVDs it out it on the same side if the DVD. I just can't stand double sided DVDs since double sided DVDs just don't stand up for very... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jennifer Purdie
Don't expect Academy-award level acting, but this is totally entertaining escapist fare from the '80s. I watched them with my sister up in Canada, where they must have been filmed. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Cathy Tree