A Face to Die For (1996)





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Yasmine Bleeth is cast very much against type in this made-for-TV melodrama as Emily Gilmore, a meek, mild woman with a hideously scarred face. Receiving no help or support from her alcoholic mother and gorgeous sister, the easily led Emily falls in with a bad crowd, and before long she is sent to prison for a robbery she didn't commit. Once behind bars, Emily is able to get plastic surgery, emerging as stunningly beautiful--and totally unrecognizable. Upon her release, the no-longer shy and retiring Emily assumes a new identity--the first step in a chilling scheme of revenge, aimed at settling the score with the man (James Wilder) who framed her. Originally telecast March 11, 1996 by NBC, A Face to Die For has been released to video as simply The Face.
Drama , Television
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Robin Givens
as Claudia
Chandra West
as Sheila Gilmore
Ian Abercrombie
as Mr. Victor Staretski
Richard Beymer
as Dr. Matthew Sheridan
Yasmine Bleeth
as Emily Gilmore/Adrian Corday
Bette Ford
as Mrs. Berman
Ricky Paull Goldin
as Paul Mallory
James Wilder
as Alec Dalton
Pat Musick
as Mrs. Anderson
Rosalind Ayres
as Mrs. Travers
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It was cool seeing a very disfigured introvert transformed into a beautiful confident woman with a new identity. But lies and revenge usually gets you in the end. Also it was good to see an older Richard Beymer from West Side Story fame!

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