Face of Evil

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Face of Evil
Genre Thriller
Written by Gregory Goodell
Directed by Mary Lambert
Starring Tracey Gold
Perry King
Shawnee Smith
Theme music composer Chris Boardman
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Executive producer(s) Larry A. Thompson
Producer(s) Robert Kosberg
Arvin Kaufman
Location(s) Salt Lake City
Cinematography Brian Capener
Editor(s) Sharyn L. Ross
Running time 87 minutes
Distributor CBS
Hallmark Entertainment
Original network CBS
Original release April 9, 1996

Face of Evil is a 1996 TV movie starring Tracey Gold as Darcy Palmer, Perry King as Russell Polk and Shawnee Smith as his daughter Jeanelle Polk.

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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