In this Sidney Sheldon's sequel to `The other side of Midnight' we find the Greek multi millionaire being confronted by the seeds of some of his dubious actions and schemes. He lied in court to bring about the execution and revenge on his lover Noelle and his pilot Larry at the end of the other side of midnight. Here the truth comes out when Catherine Douglas who was supposed to have been murdered was brought out of the convent where he had her hidden. What must he do now when Catherine who has amnesia begins to enquire about her identity? How far will he go to get his own way? This is quite a gripping and emotional tale. Sometimes in the pursuit of selfish wishes one becomes very narrow minded and unreasonable without appreciating that they are that way, as their obsession clouds every reason and sound judgement, this was the case with our Greek Millionaire. I enjoyed the movie for its depth and the life lessons portrayed. For me the theatre and drama is often a good mirror for self reflection and appreciation of the faults we carry as humans. There was so many life lesson depicted here.
None of the original cast members reprise their role but that did not affect this in any way. Omar Sheriff (the Greek Millionaire), Jane Seymour (Catherine) and Theodore Bikel and many other new faces light up the screen in this 120 mins continuation of the saga. This is a region 2, Dutch import with language in English and subtitles in Dutch. The DVD has no special features.