The story of a young writer who sacrifices his life in the present to find happiness in the past where true love awaits him. Young Richard Collier (Christopher Reeve) is approached by an elderly woman who gives him an antique gold watch and who pleads with him to return in time with her. Years later Richard Collier is overwhelmed by a photograph of a beautiful young woman (Jane Seymour). Another picture of this woman in her later years reveals to him that she is the same woman who had given him the gold watch. Collier then becomes obsessed with returning to 1912 and... the beautiful young woman who awaits him there. [show more]
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 or region free DVD player in order to play "Come back to me" These were the strange words uttered by aged actress Elise McKenna to playwright Richard Collier and they have haunted him ever since When he hears that Elise has died an irresistible impulse leads him to travel to the historic hotel where she lived There he discovers an old photograph of Elise and realizes to his amazement that in another life he was once her lover Richard wills himself into the past and meets Elise again now young and beautiful and acclaimed Their romance blossoms anew but not even true love can defeat the power of time Actors Christopher Reeve Jane Seymour Christopher Plummer Teresa Wright William H Macy & Bill Erwin Director Jeannot Szwarc Certificate PG Year 1980 Screen Widescreen 1851 Languages English ; French - Dolby Digital (20) Mono Subtitles English ; Spanish Duration 1 hour and 44 minutes (approx)
Young playwright Richard Collier (Christopher Reeve) is given an antique watch by a mysterious old woman, who asks him to travel back in time with her. Some time later, Collier becomes fascinated by the subject of an old portrait - a beautiful young lady (Jane Seymour), who turns out to be the same woman who had approached him all those years before. The writer resolves to return to 1912 and track down the object of his obsession.