Dementia has been in the forefront with major movies like "Still Alice" showing early onset alzheimer's. It's quite interesting to see the symptoms in our heroine - the owner of a family dress making company facing a buyout. Where's my cell phone! It's Lifetime so there is a bit of a formula feel with the villains very obvious from the beginning. Makes one feel smart.
The cast isn't very familiar but they perform fine. It's the story that counts - remember that writers!
The saving grace is the ending isn't too bad - not unbelievable and makes sense.
Pauline Mitchell is a successful business woman, but when she starts misplacing things, loses track of time and doesn't recognize her husband, Aaron; Pauline fears that she has inherited Alzheimer's, the disease that killed her mother. However, she discovers that her husband and her secretary have conspired to make her think she's losing her mind so that they can take control of her company. Pauline must fight back, desperate to prove her sanity to the police, her doctor - even herself.
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