Starring Leif Garrett. Garrett, a former detective turned insurance investigator, is the target of what seems to be the embodiment of death, in the guise of a very pale, sinister looking woman. As a child he saw the death of his sister and since that time this specter has followed him. Now that he's an insurance investigator and dealing with suspected suicides, he encounters here once again. You see, this specter whispers encouragement to the depressed and disheartened to kill themselves, which they more often than not do. The first victim is Garrett's ex-girlfriend and by the end of the movie it's his new love interest, a nonactive alcoholic who once tried to kill herself and is having those feelings once again. It's up to him to stop it from happening and in doing so finally finds some happiness in his life. I liked this movie because it's very straightforward and the story is small in scope-no worldwide epic. The characters are all very believable and the 'death' character is kept purposely vague, which lends to its creepiness.