By Appointment Only

By Appointment Only

By Appointment Only

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Recently widowed, Val Spencer is struggling to raise her 14-year-old son and embarking on a career in real estate. When she gets the listing for a multi-million dollar home, her hopes for a quick sale are interrupted when the owner disappears and someone claiming to be his nephew appears at the house. Little does she realise that this man has dangerous plans of his own. Will Val be able to find the evidence that will expose him and rescue her son and her client in time?

Comments (10)

  • alcocol

    almost 2 years ago

    alcocol

    OK ish - perhaps those bashing the 'show' because of the insulin thing actually need to recognise that it was a couple of thieves/dim wits making the coma diagnosis etc, not doctors.... lol

  • Tots

    almost 2 years ago

    Tots

    Hi, the guy in the film was without food for a very long time and was showing signs of passing out so they decided to give him insulin....HOW COULD THE MAKERS GET IT SO WRONG??!! That could have finished him off. ABSOLUTELY RIDICULOUS and I couldn't watch it after that as it lost its credibility.

  • LaLa

    almost 2 years ago

    LaLa

    hi there haven't watched it yet wanted to see what you guys thought first, and noticed your comments about insulin. Sorry Stacey Gf is right. as far as type 1 diabetes goes, cant comment on any other type. I only know because my brother had type 1. He couldn't produce the insulin to regulate his sugar levels, he was given an over dose of insulin by a trainee nurse and had to eat vast amounts of sugar and chocolate to stop him going into a coma. Diabetics need to take insulin before or shortly after eating (preferably) although very few people with diabetes look after themselves. Also if diabetics have low sugar levels they can become very unwell, unconscious and die. So you need insulin to balance out sugars not to prevent a coma. Unless the guy in the film has been eating regular meals and or sugary food then he can manage without his insulin for several hours after a small meal or nothing, but not for several days though. A poor diet not taking insulin with meals can lead to premature blindness, loss of limbs through gangrene, kidney failure and angina and death among other things, but it takes a lot of years of self neglect for that to happen. My brother only lived to the age of 36 because he didn't look after himself, just saying for any diabetics out there.

  • Stacey

    almost 2 years ago

    Stacey

    not a bad watch. And yes technically accurate that if an insulin dependent person does not receive their insulin, they can go into a diabetic coma due to severe hypoglycemia

  • Ob

    almost 2 years ago

    Ob

    Love this...

  • emma

    almost 2 years ago

    emma

    Gud movie! Worth a watch.

  • Gf

    almost 2 years ago

    Gf

    Technically very inaccurate,,,he wouldn't have been in danger of going into a coma with no insulin only by having too much insulin or having very low blood sugars and therefore needing sugar and not insulin to remedy it. Hard to believe they couldn't get that right!!!!

  • Gf

    almost 2 years ago

    Gf

    Technically very inaccurate,,,he wouldn't have been in danger of going into a coma with no insulin only by having too much insulin or having very low blood sugars and therefore needing sugar and not insulin to remedy it. Hard to believe they couldn't get that right!!!!

  • Gf

    almost 2 years ago

    Gf

    Technically very inaccurate,,,he wouldn't have been in danger of going into a coma with no insulin only by having too much insulin or having very low blood sugars and therefore needing sugar and not insulin to remedy it. Hard to believe they couldn't get that right!!!!

  • matty

    almost 2 years ago

    matty

    good film!!!

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