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Cee Cee Reicker is a woman whose love must be earned, not bought. However, even when her husband Keith wins a prize of 23 million dollars, Cee Cee isn't sure if she can repair her unstable marriage. Without agreeing, she accepts to fly with Keith and her son to get the prize. The flight has a fatal ending, and the plane is forced to land somewhere on a snowy mountain. She discovers that their plane crash isn't really accidental.Written by
It is unlikely that anyone with any common sense would build a fire in the middle of a wood floor. At least one of the buildings in the weather station at Fire Creek should have had a fireplace or stove. There were enough furnishings and clothes left behind that it is unlikely that a stove would have been removed. Then we have the problem of the lottery ticket itself. All the winner would have to do would be to fill in the winner's information, including signature, in ink, and the ticket would no longer be a "bearer" instrument that would be useful to thieves. We also see a strange near-drowning when the son plops himself face forward into the creek while trying to get water and doesn't struggle a bit. Of course, all of this is forgotten when the viewer is exposed to the shrill and wooden acting of Heidi Swedberg, the actress portraying the lead villain. Her acting was so bad that I even forgot that she is a beautiful woman.
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