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Lenore (Character)
from Taken (2008/I)

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Taken -- This is the theatrical trailer for Taken, directed by Pierre Morel.

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Bryan Mills's ex wife and Kim Mills's mother. Is reconciling with her ex. See more »
Alternate Names:
Lenore St. John


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  1. Taken 3 (2014) Played by Famke Janssen (as Lenore St. John)
  2. Taken 2 (2012) Played by Famke Janssen

  3. Taken (2008/I) Played by Famke Janssen

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From Taken (2008/I)
Sam: Am I on speaker or are you by yourself?
Bryan Mills: Lenore is here.
Sam: Hey, Lennie.
Lenore: Hello, Sam.
Bryan Mills: She needs to hear it, Sam.
Sam: The specialty of the groups coming out of this area is trafficking in women. Their previous m.o. was to offer women from emerging East European countries, like Yugoslavia, Romania, Bulgaria, jobs in the West as maids and nannies. Once smuggled in, they'd addict them to drugs and turn them into prostitutes. Lately, however, they've decided that it's more economical just to kidnap traveling young women, saves on transportation costs.
Lenore: Oh, my little baby.
Sam: Based on the way these groups operate, our analyst says you have a 96-hour window from the time she was grabbed.
Bryan Mills: To what?
Sam: To never finding her.
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