Cold Heaven (film)  

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Cold Heaven is a film, released in 1991, which was directed by Nicolas Roeg. The film score was by Stanley Myers. The screenplay, by Allan Scott, is based on a novel of the same name by Northern Irish-Canadian writer Brian Moore, which was published in 1983.

Plot

The plot concerns a lapsed Catholic, Marie Davenport (played by Theresa Russell), who is about to leave her husband Alex (played by Mark Harmon) for her lover, Daniel (played by James Russo), when Alex is apparently killed in a boating accident and then seems to have risen from the dead. The film deals with Marie's dilemma in confronting this apparent miracle.

Cast




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