A kooky young New Yorker, Daisy Gamble, visits a psychiatrist, Dr. Mark Bruckner, to get help in kicking her smoking habit in order to please her fiancé, Warren. However, Daisy is no ordinary patient. She has some unusual powers, such as hearing phones before they ring and making flowers grow just by talking to them. Under hypnosis, she reveals that she can regress into the past and unknowingly becomes Melinda Welles, an English lady from the eighteenth-century. Dr. Bruckner becomes increasingly obsessed about finding out more about Melinda and slowly realizes that he is falling in love with her…Melinda, not Daisy. Meanwhile, Daisy is completely unaware of her eighteenth-century alter-ego and grows fond of Dr. Bruckner. When Daisy discovers the reason for his interest in her, she is horrified and tries to leave. However, she finds herself drawn back to Dr. Bruckner and finally realizes how special she truly is.
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