Plot & Details
The original 1946 Dark Mirror starred Olivia de Havilland as twin sisters, one of whom has committed a murder. Since each twin can provide an alibi for the other, a rumpled detective (Thomas Mitchell) and a handsome shrink (Lew Ayres) are compelled to get to the truth through patience and not a little sneakiness. Dark Mirror was remade as a TV movie in 1984, this time with Jane Seymour in the "leads" and Vincent Gardenia as the detective. Seymour has a field day alternating between the good and bad twin; would that the audience was having as much fun. There really isn't any point to this dour remake, except perhaps to honor a contractual commitment to Jane Seymour, whose playing is so ripe that we secretly hope both twins will get the chair.
- Genre(s): Crime and Mystery,Thriller
- Run Time: 97min.
- Director(s): Richard Lang
- Themes: Sibling Relationships,Murder Investigations,Twins and Lookalikes
- Keywords: alibi,evil,murder,police-detective,psychiatrist,sister,twins
- Language: English