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Incest & Lies Hurt
I think it was a good attempt to explain and/or share what lies, secrets and dishonesty can do to people. Unfortunately, I am aware of four people who dated and didn't know they were dating their sister, brother and or first cousin. And I know of one person who was raised by her alleged sister, but the sister was actually her mother. My friend was told that her mother had died; but that was a lie. The person was actually her biological mother. Thus, when my friend was in need of her birth certificate it was discovered that her sister was actually her mother and her father was actually her father and grandfather. Moral of the story stop lies. Incest is not pretty, people get hurt families are damaged.
- John Cuprisin
What a sad way for Lana Turner to wind doen her career. This movie is an embarrassment to all involved, even the audience. I cringed watching the poor filming and listening to the horrible dialogue. Just because it's old doesn't make it a classic.
- Charles James
One of the most compelling movies I have ever seen. Outstanding acting and dramatic tension. Highly recommend
Poor, yet Entertaining
I actually got sucked into this movie, even though I do agree it was a poorly made film. I might have even enjoyed it.
LMN Comes To TCM
Finally a golden opportunity to see a really cheesy made for television movie without commercial interruption. Where are the commercials when you need them ?
It Came From Zappala-Slott
I can see why TCM snuck this one in on horror film night. A better title would be "How to End your Career without Really Trying" or "Island of Washed Up Actors". Whatever you do, preserve your memory of Lana Turner, Robert Alda and Celeste Holm and do not let this porn trash vehicle pass your house.
Made for TV Movie Missing only One Thing
- TV's Frank
The silhouette of a guy and his two robot pals at the bottom, rightfully ripping this cheesy Tuesday Movie of the Week to shreds.