This is the sequel to the supposedly notorious, Mirror Images. If the first part is even remotely similar to the second, I'm glad I never saw it. This movie is an utter fiasco. I guess the director banked on the numerous torrid love-making scenes to save the movie, but the numerous cuts see to it that there is nothing left in the movie to woo the audience (if there was anything in the first place).
The movie recounts the misadventures of identical twin sisters. One bad (Terrie), one good (Carrie). Terrie goes into hiding after someone gets killed (who, I couldn't figure out, because of the cuts), and leaves the good sister to lead a peaceful life.
The good sister, that is Carrie, marries a bad cop (don't ask me why) and is having problems in marital life. This cop/husband (Cleat) comes across Terrie who is now living as a hooker, and both of them hatch a plan to get rid of Carrie. But Carrie has her own suspicions and so she hires a private detective/ex-cop (Danny) to keep track of her husband.
After this, there are betrayals, counter betrayals, Terrie impersonating Carrie and vice versa, and a lot of general confusion. And because of the cuts, you can never figure who is who. Forget Terrie and Carrie, I had trouble differentiating between Cleat and Danny (though they are not identical).
Finally the movie comes to an abrupt end with the director's interpretation of a surprise ending. The only thing surprising about the ending is the ending itself. I didn't expect the movie to end. Though I must admit it was a pleasant surprise - the end I mean, not the movie.