Jack is a N.Y.C. advertising executive with a life as glossy as the commercials he spins. Jill is new to the city, with nothing to stand on but her fiery personality and romantic ideals. Opposites attract, and together they author their own manifesto of "rules to live by." But Jill betrays Jack by violating rule one - Be Honest.
Freddie Prinze Jr.,
Ten year old Jared Marshall's life crumbled down after his parents' divorce a year ago. Not only does his dad put his job first since, mother uproots him from Iowa by moving in with her ma ... See full summary »
Kate Derby is a successful Washington DC lawyer, a career which does not seem to be enough to gain the acceptance or love of her parents, Cameron and Celia Derby, he a soon to be retired Canadian diplomat. Her parents' feelings are exacerbated by Kate accepting the case against their friend, Senator Sam Talbot. The case is a defamation lawsuit brought against him in he awarding a defense contract to a British firm, which has led to the financial ruin of Kate's American defense contractor client. En route from DC to London to gather information for the case, Kate collapses unconscious. She awakens in a secured London drug and alcohol rehab facility, she learns committed for a minimum of four months, the papers signed by her physician and an independent psychiatrist. She believes she is being framed by Talbot, especially since she is in possession of some sensitive information against him, while the facility administration tries to convince her that she has an alcohol abuse problem. As ...Written by
I think this was a terrific film. For a TV Movie its gone further than most! Its got a great cast The story unfolds brilliantly with great writing It is a unique plot it has a tightly told story the cast overwhelm and perform beautifully we need more films like this if we could get them financed. For a TV Film it does justice to subject matter I think this was a terrific film. For a TV Movie its gone further than most! Its got a great cast. It was also a great example of co-productions between Canada and Britain (England) I would love to see more projects get green lit like this but these days TV Networks aren't financing TV Movies MOWs like they used to one can only hope
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