Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Living with the Enemy|
Actors: Mark Humphrey, Andrew Johnston, David McIlwraith, Maxim Roy, Sarah Lancaster
Director: Philippe Gagnon
Genres: Drama, Television, Mystery & Suspense
A series of twists and doubt.
Adrian the Complex Lonely | USA | 03/31/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)
"the wife (Sarah Lancaster) suspects her husband (Mark Hemphrey) of wrongdoing. and rightfully so; but what she doesn't know ultimately tears them apart for a decent part of the film.
the story starts off with allison truly in love. that love only fades as she suspects him of wrongdoings. she gets the horse-watching ranch girl to side with her and she helps along the way. she's almost all she's really got.
her clothes get tossed out so she can get new ones, her husband gives her a necklace so he can "keep track of her", tracking-device included and she discovers that he also prefers to sleep alone, two bedrooms already arranged from the get go.
to say that this burns her up is an understatement. she tells off her husband's sister saying that she's going shopping for new things herself and to CANCEL THE ALREADY MAPPED OUT PLANS. if you hadn't realized this woman is very headstrong but totally overly-curious. i'd suspect and investigate like her too, just not as often. it gets her into too much trouble!
anyway, suspicions arise but the ending is a "surprising one". does allison find out EVERYTHING that she's after by the end? yes.
end note: another Lifetime movie worth seeing. not all of them are as so."