- SKU: 25350671
- Release Date: 08/05/2014
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A Thousand Kisses Deep
A young woman witnesses an older version of herself committing suicide, and attempts to prevent the tragedy by embarking on an illuminating trip back in time. Mia (Jodie Whittaker) was on her way home from work when she saw an elderly woman leap from a high-rise apartment complex. Upon closer inspection, the curious girl discovers a photograph of herself and her former lover Ludwig near the woman's corpse, and convinces the building's custodian to open the woman's flat. Petrified by the discovery that the apartment is filled with her own possessions, Mia travels deep into the past to confront the lover who threw her life into disarray. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
This remake of Alfred Hitchcock's classic tale of suspense stars Christopher Reeve as a wheelchair-bound shut-in with a proclivity for watching the world through binoculars and making up stories about the lives of the people he observes. Trouble comes when he fabricates a murder that just may have actually occurred. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi
Don't Look Down
Traumatized by the death of her sister, who smashed through a loose railing and plummetted down a steep cliff, Carla Engel (Megan Ward) has developed a debilitating fear of heights. On the advice of a therapist, Carla joins a support group consisting of others suffering from acrophobia. Then, one by one, the members of the group are killed--each of them falling to his or her death. A bizarre coincidence? Or is someone deliberately, and literally, trying to literally push Carla completely over the edge? With the name Wes Craven in the film's title, that question virtually answers itself. Don't Look Down first aired October 29, 1998, on ABC. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi