K. Axel’s review published on Letterboxd:
A woman has lost her husband and now she is about to lose her daughter... but who is she really? Did she really have a son... a son that she killed? This story is going to try and fuck with you, and it kinda works.
An old movie, surely, and probably made for tv, but I really liked the story and its simplicity. The idea of parallel universes is always interesting and while this movie doesn't reinvent the wheel, it is solid.
The performances are ok, but nothing great, and the movie itself looks old, which it is, I suppose. But if you can overcome all that, you might feel as if you didn't waste your time. It would be interesting to see an indie-remake of this movie with a better cast.