She Must Be Seeing Things
She Must Be Seeing Things ★★ 1987
Filmmaker Jo (Weaver) is making a picture about a 17thcentury woman who lived her life as a man. Jo's lover Agatha (Dabney) becomes disturbed when she reads Jo's diary, learns she's been having affairs with men, and begins to fantasize about Jo's unfaithfulness with the men in her film crew. Agatha's insecurities finally lead her to disguising herself as a man in order to spy on Jo—mirroring what's happening in Jo's film. 95m/C VHS . Sheila Dabney, Lois Weaver, Kyle DiCamp, John Erdman; D: Sheila McLaughlin; W: Sheila McLaughlin.
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