Her Dark Past – LMN – 2 hours and 0 minutes
Alice wakes up in a hospital room with no memory of who she is or the man standing next to her. She soon learns that she was shot, left in the park to die, and has been in a coma for 3 months. She doesn’t remember her husband, Peter, her family, or any other part of her life. When she goes back home with Peter, the doctor warns that she needs to be helped to get her memory back, not pushed. As Alice adjust to her life, she reconnects with Peter about their life together as man and wife. But when Darren tells her they were going to run away together because of Peter’s temper, she starts to doubt Peter’s stories of a happy marriage. Guided by a tattoo, rings, and a deed of trust document, Alice is determined to find the truth.
This mystery is a roller coaster ride. Its hard to figure out which way is up. What makes this movie so good is that you are never a step ahead of Alice. You learn and discover as she does. So you are putting together each piece of the puzzle with her. And the ending will leave you wanting to watch it again. You can’t turn your back on this one, or you will be lost. So sit back, get your wine, and keep track. This one is good.
I give it 4.5 out of 5 stars
And what where you saying about her being lucky – Peter
I don’t think I’m ready to talk to the police – Alice
How do you know – Darren
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Categories: Anna Lise Phillips, Her Dark Past, JR Bourne, Kevin Ryan, Kristina Klebe, lifetime movie network, lmn, Made for TV, review, tv review
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