After winning 50 million dollars in the lottery, Matt Walker thought that he'd found the perfect woman one evening when he met Karen Bristol...she was smart, gorgeous and wanted him for his... See full summary
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After winning 50 million dollars in the lottery, Matt Walker thought that he'd found the perfect woman one evening when he met Karen Bristol...she was smart, gorgeous and wanted him for his body...only trouble was that's all she wanted from him. Upon waking the next morning Matt discovers that his mind has some how be transferred into Karen's body...and that the being now in his body explains that he has lived throughout the centuries moving from body to body whenever the mood strikes him. Now, forced out onto the street, the new 'Karen' discovers that she is penniless and wanted by the police. In desperation she turns to her lecherous best friend Brian and ex girl friend Lisa, but unless he can find a way back to his own body, Matt will have to live the rest of his life as a true victim of Identity Theft.
|Cast overview, first billed only:|
|Laura Weintraub||-||Karen Bristol|
|James A. Ward||-||Matt Walker|
|Michael Cole||-||Brian Fisher|
|Rachel Hardy||-||Lisa Tate|
|Robert Bruce||-||Club Manager / Orderly / Phone voice|
|Patrick Beckstead||-||Wounded Man|
|Larry Duncan||-||Dr. Phillip Malarkey|
|Catherine Elliott||-||Nurse Catherine|
In the bar scene, Karen (the Body thief) orders a Glenmorangie on the rocks, the same drink that Conner MacLeod orders in Highlander (1986), however he ordered a double.
The writer/director James Ward is a big fan of the actress Karen Mistal and named most, but not all, of the female characters in the film after names of characters she had played.