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4 Movie Lifetime Collection: Volume 2 [DVD]

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Color Me Perfect
Michele Lee is star, director, producer and cowriter of this inspirational made-for-cable movie. Lee plays Dina Blake, a middle-aged mentally challenged woman living under the care of her nephew. In the tradition of Charly, Dina volunteers to test out an experimental drug designed to enhance intelligence--and within what seems like minutes, she accelerates to the level of genius. At the height of her euphoria, Dina falls in love with one of her doctors, Mitch Conlon (Robin Thomas)--who, alas, must bear the brunt of Dina's outrage when the experiment begins to fail and she painfully reverts to her former "retarded" self. Color Me Perfect made its Lifetime network debut on November 5, 1996. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Hostile Advances: The Kerry Ellison Story
Working in a branch office of the Internal Revenue Service, Kerry Ellison (Rena Sofer) must suffer the unwanted advances of co-worker Jack Gilcrest (Victor Garber), who among his other "eccentricities" carries a live grenade in his car. Even when Kerry is transferred to another division, Jack's stalking does not diminish. Even worse, Kelly's bosses dismiss Jack's obsession as harmless, and her labor union refuses to take action. In a last-ditch effort to see that justice is done, Kerry files a sexual harassment suit against her employers -- and from this point forward, to say that the IRS makes her life hell would be understating the situation. Based on a true story, Hostile Advances: The Kerry Ellison Story was produced for the Lifetime cable network, where it first aired on May 27, 1996. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Closer and Closer
In this thriller, an author who was paralyzed after she was attacked by a serial killer who had been inspired to violence by her first book decides to publish a sequel. It proves to be a bad idea, for no sooner is it published than she finds herself victimized again, first through ominous e-mail messages from the Internet and then through physical violence. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi

My Mother the Spy
While vacationing in the Azores, attractive young book editor Alison Shaeffer (Jayne Brook) discovers to her dismay that her "absentee" mother Gloria (Dyan Cannon) is a longtime CIA agent. Alison doesn't quite swallow this revelation until both she and Gloria are kidnapped by the villainous Vasquez (David Palffy). The abduction has something to do with a vial of deadly anthrax hidden in an ancient statue. Rescued (repeatedly) by a rabbi who isn't a rabbi (Kevin Kilner), and aided and abetted by Alison's peppery Grandma (Gloria Struart), the Shaeffer ladies do their best to stay one step ahead of the bad guys and strike a blow for democracy -- and in the process, mother and daughter get to know each other a whole lot better than ever before. Made for cable My Mother the Spy debuted May 8, 2000, over the Lifetime network. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Michele Lee
    Michele Lee - Dina Blake
  • Susan Blakely
    Susan Blakely - Dr. Linda Ryan
  • Robin Thomas
    Robin Thomas - Dr. Mitch Conlon
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    Stan Cahill - Andy Chase
  • Nathaniel de Veaux
    Nathaniel de Veaux - Dr. Elisha Swan

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