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The Harvesters (2000)

Danielle Carver had a heart transplant. When she and her father decide to thank the mother of the donor heart's boy, they find out that she knows nothing of the donation.



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Credited cast:
Jeff Carver
Rachel Pierce
Krystal Amber ...
Danielle Carver
Det. Mark Goldman
William L. Ware ...
James Almanzar ...
Gunther Reitmann
Liona Bourgeault ...
Dr. Tasha Helencavich
Nicole Kilburn ...
Hospital Escapee
Jesse Kilburn ...
Dead Boy in Snow
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Roderic Halecky ...


Danielle Carver has inherited the same heart disease her mother died of at her birth and is in dire need for a donor heart. Luckily the organ is quickly available and Danielle undergoes surgery. One year later Danielle is completely restored and she and her father Jeff decide to visit Rachel Pearce, the mother of the boy who donated the heart, to thank her. But Rachel knows nothing of the donation. Rachel and Jeff decide to find out more about this weird case, but they dig too deep... Written by Arnoud Tiele (imdb@tiele.nl)

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They exist in the darkness, and if you're not careful, they'll steal your heart!







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1 April 2000 (USA)  »

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$750,000 (estimated)

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1.78 : 1
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Quality Action Thriller
27 October 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I saw this movie at a Christian film festival screening where it was met with rousing applause and won "Thriller of the Year". I enjoyed the acting, the story and high production value. Although it's a bit intense in places, it's a good family film (maybe not for the little ones)! The young girl, Dani (played by Krystal Hernandez/Amber) was tender an innocent, while I rooted for all of the villains to come to justice, or, you know...die! They were creepy! The female lead, Rachel (played by Dianne Luby) was beautiful, strong and captivating, which balanced out the more mild-mannered Jeff Carver (played by Robert Lee). Everyone who saw it, recommended it to others. I only wish it could be purchased in the United States...we are waiting!!!

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