Face of Evil
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|Face of Evil|
|Written by||Gregory Goodell|
|Directed by||Mary Lambert|
|Theme music composer||Chris Boardman|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Executive producer(s)||Larry A. Thompson|
|Location(s)||Salt Lake City|
|Editor(s)||Sharyn L. Ross|
|Running time||87 minutes|
|Original release||April 9, 1996|
The film is considered by some to be a recollection of the 1992 movie Poison Ivy - one in which Gold and King have the Drew Barrymore and Tom Skerritt roles (respectively), while Smith is in Sara Gilbert's.
Darcy Palmer (Gold) is a promising young artist. On the night before her wedding, she empties her fiancé's bank account and runs to New York. On the way, she meets Brianne Dwyer (Mireille Enos), a young woman who is on her way to her first year in college. Darcy murders Brianne and assumes her identity, enrolling in college in Brianne's place. Mary Lambert directs.
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