I'll Be Seeing You


I'll Be Seeing You

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Alison Eastwood, daughter of actor/director Clint Eastwood, stars in this made-for-TV nailbiter as Patricia Collins, a TV journalist who is summoned to the city morgue to look at the body of a young female murder victim. Patricia is shocked to discover that the dead girl is her exact double -- suggesting that she was killed in a case of mistaken identity by an unknown assailant. As the story progresses, it becomes clear that this disturbing incident is linked with the supposed death ten months earlier of Patricia's own father, whose body disappeared along with 200,000 dollars he had pulled out of the bank. And what has all this to do with a demented stalker who is plaguing Patricia via fax messages? Or, for that matter, with a shady fertility clinic, the specialty of which is in vitro fertilization of twins? From the "smart heroine isn't smart enough not to confront the villain alone" school of murder mysteries, Mary Higgins Clark's I'll Be Seeing You (based on a novel, as if there were any doubt) premiered December 19, 2004, on the PAX network.

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Alison Eastwood
as Patricia Collins/Annie
Iris Quinn
as Catherine
Bo Svenson
as Phillip
Derwin Jordan
as Lt. Story
Amy Matysio
as Stephanie
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  • Jun 14, 2015
    Patricia's father is missing and is summoned to identify her double in the morgue (a double she didn't know even existed). So she starts her own investigations into her father's disappearance and a local fertility clinic -- which should be OK, but she doesn't come across like Columbo or even Jesse Stone. But, being a made-for-TV type of movie, everything is wrapped up with a pretty bow.
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