Changes Trailer

Changes Trailer (1991)

01 April 1991 Drama, Romance, TV Movie 95 mins

Melanie is a top TV news reporter, living in New York with her twin teenage daughters. Peter is a handsome and divorced heart surgeon working at an L.A. hospital with three children of his own. A chance meeting leads to instant romance and eventual marriage, bringing about drastic changes in their lives...not all of them good.

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Cheryl Ladd

as Melanie Adams

Michael Nouri

as Peter Hallam

Chris Gartin

as Mark Hallam

Randee Heller

as Carol Kellerman

Cynthia Bain

as Marie Dupres

Charles Frank

as Brad Buckley

James Sloyan

as Paul Stevenson

Liz Sheridan

as Mrs. Hahn

International Titles

Une Autre vie Trailer

Második esély Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 01 April 1991

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