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Liz
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Aiden
Terence Donovan ...
Dr. Holden
Susan Ellis ...
Helen
Sally Bull ...
Jackie
Peter Barron ...
Dan
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Omar
Richie Akers ...
Dr. Wicklow
Gregory Ross ...
Robert
Brenda Palmer ...
Maggie
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Max
Teague Rook ...
Detective Harper
Ian McMillan ...
Detective Reece
Zac Richmond ...
Mikey (as Zac Richmonds)
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Attempting suicide, sultry but down-on-her-luck swindler Liz is rescued by lonely tow truck driver Aiden. But instead of rushing her to the hospital, Liz's savior abducts her to his remote farmhouse, convinced that she is the wife who abandoned him years earlier. Cut off from civilization, kept prisoner and guarded day and night by vicious attack dogs, Liz realizes she must rely on her skills as a con artist to talk her way out of this hostage situation. In the satiric tradition of Buffalo '66, Misery, Black Snake Moan, and Secretary, comes this captivating black comedy about the ties that bind. Written by Dokument Films

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Does anybody else think this movie was CRAP???
11 December 2006 | by (Romania) – See all my reviews

I cannot believe all I'm reading about this movie comes from people who claim it was beautiful and well-done. It was well done, all right, if you ignored the tedious lines, the "absurd theater" construction and the utter lack of imagination which rendered the situations as completely uninspired and made you go "ahhh come on..." I will not even waste my time on explaining all the reasons I thought this movie was purely awful, I just want to know how anybody can think it was beautiful, clever or touching... And I would also like to know how a movie which is as "real" as Liz's life is considered authentic and worth watching. Everything in there is completely unauthentic, situations are poorly constructed, the love story is a sick twisted tale which escapes the rules of common reasonable sense, and that does not make the movie great. When a movie surprises you it just becomes unpredictable and that effect can be easily obtained once you completely turn a situation upside down, this does not mean that if you are taken by surprise you should bow to the imagination of the writer.

God, this was one of the worst ever. EVER


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