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Change of Heart

Change of Heart ★★½ 1998

Smart is always good in wronged woman roles and she's got a doozy in this weepie. Elaine Marshall (Smart) thinks she and husband Jim (Terry) are doing okay marriage-wise. They've been together 20 years, have a couple of kids, two good careers, and apparent happiness. Then Elaine realizes Jim's having an affair. The real shocker for Elaine comes when she finds out her husband's lover is another man. ?m/C VHS . Jean Smart, John Terry, Gretchen Corbett, Phillip Geoffrey Hough, Shawna Waldron, Dorian Harewood; D: Arvin Brown; W: Aaron Mendelsohn; C: John Campbell; M: Patrick Williams. CABLE

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