Let Me Call You Sweetheart

  • 12
  • Bill Corcoran (1997)
  • US
  • 88 min
Film Review
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3 out of 5

A sinister plastic surgeon and a long-closed murder case lie at the heart of this convoluted but surprisingly effective thriller from the pen of Mary Higgins Clark. Attorney Meredith Baxter's pursuit of the "Sweetheart Killer" isn't without its clich├ęs, however, as she falls headlong for her sidekick, Victor Garber, and risks her boss's political future by delving into the trial on which his reputation is based. But the doppelganger aspect of the plot is decidedly creepy, as are Baxter's nightmares. With stalwart support from Nick Mancuso and Tony LoBianco, there's more to director Bill Corcoran's TV movie than meets the eye.

Plot Summary

Murder mystery starring Meredith Baxter. A district attorney puts her life in danger when she reopens a ten-year-old murder case in which the son-in-law of a prominent plastic surgeon was convicted of killing his wife.

Cast and crew

Cast

DA Kerry McGrath
Meredith Baxter
Robin McGrath
Sophie Lang
Dr Charles Smith
Tony LoBianco
Geoff Dorso
Victor Garber
Bob Kinellen
Nick Mancuso
Frank Green
Joe Lisi
State Senator Jonathan Hoover
Colin Fox
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Art Hindle
Suzanne Reardon
Claire Cellucci

Crew

Director
Bill Corcoran

Other Information

Language: 
English
Colour
Guidance: 
Edited for violence.
Available on DVD
Certificate 12
Categories
Drama

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