Double Vision (1992 film)

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Double Vision
Genre Drama
Mystery
Thriller
Written by Screenplay:
Tony Grisoni
Short story:
Mary Higgins Clark
Directed by Robert Knights
Starring Kim Cattrall
Gale Hansen
Macha Méril
Naveen Andrews
Christopher Lee
Music by Graham Sacher
Country of origin Canada
France
United Kingdom
Germany
Original language(s) English
Production
Executive producer(s) Jean-Pierre Cottet
Patrick Moine
Paul E. Painter
François Lesterlin (co-executive producer)
Paul E. Painter (executive producer)
Producer(s) Steve Walsh
Lance O'Connor (line producer)
Cinematography Bruno de Keyzer
Editor(s) Chris Wimble
Running time 92 minutes
Production company(s) Caméras Continentales
Canal+
Films A2
Gemini Film Productions
M6 Métropole Télévision
Telescene Film Group Productions
Distributor Republic Pictures Home Video
Release
Original release December 2, 1992

Double Vision is a 1992 television film directed by Robert Knights. The film was based on the novel by Mary Higgins Clark.

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The telepathy between identical twins: conventional Caroline lives with her father and is engaged; Lisa is hard-drinking, devil-may-care, and lives in London as a high-class call girl. Caroline has horrid dreams of Lisa's untimely demise, so she flies to London to help. To find out what befell Lisa, Caroline submerges herself in Lisa's dangerous milieu, seeking help from an East Indian cabdriver who loved Lisa, and continuing to have dreams and visions. Then, while staying in Lisa's flat, wearing Lisa's clothes, and avoiding her own fiance, who has followed her over from the States, Caroline follows her instincts to confront what did happen in her sister's last minutes of life.[1]

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