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Moore plays a woman who has two lives - one real, and one imaginary. She can't tell them apart, and neither can the viewer - which is frustrating.
In one life, she is a smart businesswoman in New York, but her romantic life suffers.
In the other life, she is a widowed mother in France.
The two lives parallel each other - when she meets a new man in one life, she meets another new guy in the other life.
None of this makes much sense. Split-personality stories are usually more intriguing than Passion of Mind, if not easy to understand. Plus, both of Moore's lives are terribly dull. Now there's an oxymoron: Why have a fantasy that is every bit as boring as your real life?
And why watch a movie as boring as Passion of Mind?