|Written by||Lane Slate|
|Directed by||David Anspaugh|
|Music by||Tangerine Dream|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Executive producer(s)||Joe Epstein|
|Editor(s)||Jane Schwartz Jaffe|
|Running time||96 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Universal Television|
|Original release||March 22, 1987|
The film featured an original score by the band Tangerine Dream.
A critical care nurse abuses drugs and alcohol, causing her to make a near-fatal mistake in treating a patient.
- Cheryl Ladd as Anne Halloran
- Jason Miller as Dr. Miles Keefer
- Jennifer Salt as Carol
- Belinda Balaski as Terry
- Richard Evans as
- Silvana Gallardo as
- Ann Hearn as
- Peggy McCay as Mrs. Halloran
- Terrence E. McNally
- Chris Mulkey as Richard Halloran
- Laurie O'Brien as
- Willard Pugh as Male Nurse
- John Hammond as Larry
- Arthur Taxier as Dr. Davidson
- Patricia Wilson as Marsha Foland
- Micole Mercurio as Greta
- Patrick Campbell as Mr. Skinner
- Troy Melton as Mr. Duffy
- Beth Grant as Madge
- Troy Evans as Dr. Derwin
- S. A. Griffin as The Stranger
- Paddi Edwards as Mrs. Kellerman
- Scott Richard Ehredt as Dr. Jackson
- Frank Biro as Mr. Cafarelli
- Phyllis Flax as Mrs. Reardon
- Ron Recasner as Dr. Mallory
- Patricia Huston as Marsha Foland
- John Christy Ewing as Dr. Lloyd Lucas
- John Howard Swain as Joel
- Gerry Gibson as Farther O'Brien
- Noel De Souza as Dr. Wasanta
- Joe Dorsey as Mr. Halloran
- Suzanne O'Donnell as Stewardess
- Judy Jean Berns as Airport Clerk
- Daryl Wood as Woman in Elevator
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