"ENOUGH," THE THEATRICAL THRILLER STARRING JENNIFER LOPEZ, TO BE BROADCAST AS THE "CBS SUNDAY MOVIE," SUNDAY, OCT. 23
ON THE CBS TELEVISION NETWORK
ENOUGH, the 2002 thriller starring Jennifer Lopez ("The Wedding Planner") and Billy Campbell ("Once and Again"), Juliette Lewis ("The Other Sister"), Dan Futterman ("Judging Amy"), Fred Ward ("The Right Stuff") and Noah Wylie ("ER"), will be broadcast as the "CBS Sunday Movie," Sunday, Oct. 23 (9:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
Touching on the theme of female empowerment, the drama traces the story of working class waitress Slim (Lopez), whose life is transformed when she marries wealthy contractor Mitch (Campbell). After becoming the perfect upper middle class suburban family with the birth of baby Gracie, Slim discovers that her husband is anything but perfect. Fleeing her violent spouse to save her life, she and her daughter take refuge in an unknown locale, where she soon realizes they are being watched. Fearing for Gracie's well-being as well as her own, Slim readies herself with a training regime, confronts Mitch and ultimately must fight for her life.
Michael Apted ("The World Is Not Enough") directed the film which was written by Nicholas Kazan ("Reversal of Fortune"). E. Bennett Walsh ("Boiler Room") is the executive producer and Irwin Winkler ("Raging Bull") and Rob Cowan ("The Net") are producers of the Columbia Pictures theatrical release.