This 1990 made-for-television film is an adaptation of Danielle Steele's novel about three sisters reunited years after tragedy tore them apart. Bland and predictable, KALEIDOSCOPE is nothing more substantial than another notch in the TV-movie belt of former "Charlie's Angel" Jaclyn Smith.
Entertainment attorney Arthur Patterson (Donald Moffat) hires private investigator John Chapman (Perry King) to locate three sisters, separated after their parents' deaths. Chapman easily locates the eldest, Hilary Walker (Smith), a high-profile TV network executive. She wants nothing to do with
Patterson and asks Chapman to drop the search. Chapman persists and locates the ...