A husband and wife are blackmailed by the only man who can save their ailing daughter.

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Cheryl
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Kurt
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Gregory
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Emily
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Russo
Sophie Gendron ...
Taylor
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Uncle Theo
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Grandma Wilton
Jane Wheeler ...
Dr. Marshall
Lorraine Ansell ...
Det. Morrison
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Will
Tori Hammond ...
Lab Nurse
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Pool Hall Owner
Victor Cornfoot ...
Carlton
Keara Johnston ...
Michelle
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When Cheryl discovers that her daughter Emily has leukemia, she's forced to ask her ex-husband, Kurt, a shady ex-con, for a bone marrow donation that could save her child's life. But Kurt isn't going to give it up easily, and Cheryl finds herself drawn further and further into the dangerous world of her ex in hopes of helping Emily. Will she be able to save her child without jeopardizing her own life? Written by Anonymous

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Sometimes The Only Way Out Is To Do The Unthinkable.


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11 October 2004 (USA)  »

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Blood Trap  »

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not as bad as all that
8 August 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This is a typical made-for-TV movie, so holding it to the standards of some major studio production is hardly appropriate. It's not quite as predictable as some reviewers say, although the ending can be seen from a long way off. But the plot keeps the action moving nicely. Michael Riley makes a very good villain--not some menacing, snarling, sadistic uber-villain but a just a typical small-time crook, totally self-centred and certain he's a much cooler person than everyone else who lives in the "square" world. Little Annie Boivaird can be very charming with her heart-melting smile; giving her a little larger part in the film would have been a good idea. Because Alexandra Paul is in front of the camera for most of the film, she should have been rounded out as a character more so we could see her as something more than just the worried mother. You don't want to go out and buy this on DVD, but if it comes up on television, and you have nothing else to do, it's better than a lot else that's on.


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