Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Another of the many Mary Higgins Clark adaptations produced by and for the PAX Network, We'll Meet Again was one of four such adaptations filmed back-to-back in Vancouver during the summer of 2002. Laura Leighton stars as TV reporter Fran Simmons, who returns to her New England hometown for a reunion with her high school friend Molly Lisch (Brandy Ledford). The occasion is not altogether festive; Molly has just been paroled after serving nearly six years in prison for the murder of her wealthy husband. Protesting her innocence, Molly hopes that Fran will help her clear her name -- and, incidentally, track down the genuine killer. But when a new spate of killings takes place, it appears as if Molly is up to her old tricks. Making matters worse, Molly suffers from what appears to be selective amnesia and is unable to account for her actions during the latest string of murders. Key elements in this story include poisoned champagne, a fireplace poker, and a very old pair of shoes. Mary Higgins Clark's We'll Meet Again was originally broadcast on November 17, 2002.
investigation, reporter, murder-suspect, amnesia, ex-convict, parole, reunion