Nightmare Street (1998 TV movie)
starring Sherilyn Fenn, Thomas Gibson, Rena Sofer, Steve Harris and Matthew Walker
After running into traffic to save her 8-year-old daughter, Emma, from getting run over by a truck Joanna Burke finds herself in a hospital bed without as much as a scratch on her. What Joanna also finds out is that she's NOT Joanna Burke but someone named Sarah Randolph. Everything goes crazy for Joanna, with her having to ask questions to find out just who she is. Joanna/Sarah's sister, Penny, who comes to see her in the hospital, acts so oddly that it starts to dawn on her that Sarah is an unstable, dangerous person. Joanna later finds out that she had a young son, Eric, who was found murdered in the woods outside of town a year ago. Now, she is being stalked by a detective. Joanna slowly finds out that her other self, Sarah, not only possibly murdered her son but also is having an affair with her co-worker's wife. Joanna speculates that there are parallel universes where each person has a double; sometimes a portal in time and space opens, which must have occurred during the accident. Joanna tries to get back to the world and her daughter. Dr. Matt Westbrook, who treated her at the hospital, thinks that she's suffering from psychological delusions; however, he finally comes to the conclusion that she might not be the woman everyone believes she is. Joanna later finds out that at the town park there is going to be a carousel ride at noon, exactly the circumstances that led to her predicament. Has the moment come for her to set things right?