Pretend You Don't See Her (film)

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Pretend You Don't See Her
Directed by René Bonnière
Produced by Justin Bodle and Lisa Parasyn
Written by Donald Hounam (screenplay)
Based on Pretend You Don't See Her
1997 novel
by Mary Higgins Clark
Starring Emma Samms
Hannes Jaenicke
Beau Starr
Reiner Schöne
Kim Poirier
Music by Domenic Troiano
Cinematography Richard Wincenty
Edited by Robert K. Sprogis
Distributed by Lions Gate Films
Release date
  • 12 January 2002 (2002-01-12)
Running time
91 minutes
Country Canada, UK, US
Language English

Pretend You Don't See Her is a 2002 television film based on the novel by Mary Higgins Clark.

Plot summary[edit]

Lacey Farrell (Emma Samms), a young rising star on Manhattan's high-powered and competitive real estate scene is in the course of selling a luxurious apartment when she becomes the witness to a murder and hears the dying words of the victim, a woman convinced that her attacker was after a journal kept by her recently deceased daughter Heather up until the day she died in a hit-and-run, what everyone believes to be a tragic accident.



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