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Not nearly as good as other movies focusing on DID, but this was still interesting nonetheless.
Concidering the book was GREAT, this movie was really BAD
I liked it very much. It was exciting and Michael Shanks did a real good job.
I had no familiarity with Ms. Clark's novels, so this was my first foray. A Reagan-era sense of fear regarding cults and kidnapping was all I got out of it.
The movie wasn't as thrilling as the book, but the Dissociative Identity Disorder story plot fascinates me.
Mary Higgins Clark screenplays are usually better than this. That, and the combination of some very poor acting, a sluggish pace and poor editing make this one tough to sit through at times. Needlessly confusing and far fetched.
Loved the book, movie was ok
An ok movie at the time...
i like it because its well cool
Ahh! 6th Grade Memories