Perfect Daughter

Perfect Daughter is a film about Alex, a twenty year old drug addict who steals from the wrong people and ends up in the hospital in critical condition. After coming out of a coma, she can only remember her life prior to her drug addiction. Alex's parents, who have not seen her in two years come to the hospital and take her to their new home, hoping that she will never go back to drugs. It is a struggle for her to remember her past and when she does it endangers her and her family's life. The drug money she stole is still missing and the drug boss sends people after her to find it. In the process, her parents are taken hostage and Alex has to go to the police for help in order to rescue them. By doing this, she must admit what she had been doing prior to the accident and possibly face a prison sentence for her crime.

  • Starring: Bess Armstrong and Tracey Gold
  • Director(s): Harry S. Longstreet
  • Producer(s): Citadel Entertainment
  • Screenwriter(s): Sean Silas, Renee Longstreet
  • Distributor: MCA Home Video
  • Animal Coordinator: Unknown
  • Release Date: Monday, August 26, 1996
  • Rating: Acceptable

Featured Animal Action

There are several scenes where a dog is seen sitting on a porch, beside a tree, in the kitchen, and barking when someone approaches. Alex's family owns a horse ranch therefore, horses are seen frequently in the background being ridden, rubbed down or in a paddock.