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  • ragana26 April 2005
    A blind professor's (Robert Urich) friends are being murdered. His ex-girlfriend (Lisa Eilbacher), now engaged to his best friend (Ron Perlman), wants to rekindle their romance. His therapist (Patricia Clarkson), for whom he has non-professional feelings, begins to reciprocate. Yes, it's a murder mystery with soap opera entanglements but it's a slightly better than average TV movie which makes for decent viewing on an order in dinner bad weather day.

    Ron Perlman and Robert Urich both deliver fine performances and have really nice screen chemistry no problem believing these characters are brothers by friendship).

    Worth a rent/buy used.
  • BigGuy13 June 1999
    Robert Urich plays a blind man who is enmeshed in a number of murders in which he is the prime suspect. His best friends fiance is in love with him, and he is sleeping with his therapist, another woman, and eventually the friend's fiance. While trying to sort out his relationships he must find the person who murdered his friend, and find the coins that were stolen.

    It is not that this movie is bad, it just isn't good in any way. There is nothing to hold the viewers attention, and the intrigue is little better than a soap opera.
  • jolgeir25 August 2019
    The story is a bit incredible and real power gives way to superficiality. Does not leave a lasting umpression.