Directed by: Micki Dickoff
Actors: Veronica Hamel, Mimi Rogers, Carlos Gómez, Jeffrey Dean Morgan
Also known as: La fuerza de una promesa, Blink of the Eye, Amiche per la vita, Culpada ou Inocente?
Description: It was supposed to be a wonderful holiday, all of a sudden everything became terrible holiday for detective David Ramsey. On board a private yacht, the wife of David and his friends suddenly disappear. During the investigation, police Capt. David helps him unravel the mystery. David shocked once in a cycle of repeated shocks knowing that tragedy is inevitable, David realizes he is powerless to stop it. David finds in these events the fulfillment of Bible prophecy. Now he must fight to uncover the truth while there is still time.
Unfortunately, this W.I.P. flick is not in the classic mold of “Chained Heat“. Mimi keeps her prison duds on the entire time (what a waste of her considerable talents) and this has a “Movie of the Week” feel. But hey, it’s got Mimi, which for some of us-and you know who you are- is enough.
Detective David Ramsey, his wife and family goes on vacation on a yacht casual acquaintances. During the voyage of his wife (Mimi Rogers – Full Body Massage) and friends suddenly disappear. Now, the detective will conduct an investigation on the high seas to find out the truth. Or discover the truth.
After the first return of the hero to the starting point, there was a suspicion of similarity with the movie “Groundhog Day” with Bill Myurreyem. But the film is a little deeper on the idea, (which can not be said about the performance of the actors). A friend and colleague of the protagonist is trying to tell him the truth about God’s plan of salvation. But he considers himself a “good guy” and not being a religious propaganda. Until God begins his own plan “admonition.”
As I said, the film In the Blink of an Eye raises the question of human understanding of sin, place of God in his life. Everyone sooner or later comes the moment of truth in your life, the need to make choices that affect our place in eternity. Happy is the one with whom God is working and who is wise enough to accept it.