The Test of Love

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The Test of Love
Directed by Larry Peerce
Written by Renee Longstreet
Starring Roma Downey
Music by John D'Andrea
Cory Lerios
Distributed by CBS
Carlton International
Release date
1 December 1999
Running time
96 min.
CountryUnited States

The Test of Love is a 1999 American television drama film directed by Larry Peerce and starring Roma Downey that aired on CBS on December 1, 1999. It was produced by Carla Singer Productions and Hamdon Entertainment.



Cassie and David Whitman are living happy and peaceful life, raising together a teenage son; Kevin. The day after their 20th wedding anniversary, David has a business travel. The plane he flies with crashes. Everybody but David dies, meanwhile he goes into the coma. The woman sitting next to him was checked in under the same last name, which makes the insurance company believe she was his wife. Trying to explain this, Cassie discovers a shocking truth of David's double life, the fruit of which is a pre-teenage daughter.


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