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Borderline 2002

Borderline ★★★ 2002 (R)

A good suspenser about obsession. Dr. Lila Colle-ti (Gershon) is a shrink for the criminally insane at the local prison, which may be why her ex got custody of their two daughters. Lily's troubles increase when one of her patients, Ed Baikman (Flanery), is released to a halfway house, despite his delusions that they are romantically involved. After murdering her ex on her behalf, Ed threatens Lily when she doesn't return his love and implicates her in his crime. Soon, even her detective boyfriend Macy Koba-cek (Biehn) has doubts about Lily's innocence. 94m/C VHS, DVD . Gina Gershon, Sean Patrick Flanery, Michael Biehn; D: Evelyn Purcell; W: David Loucka; C: Michael Brierley; M: Anthony Marinelli. CABLE

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