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This was good Monday evening entertainment! The story itself was well paced, the music matched the atmosphere of the film, and the fact that a highly pregnant police officer has to investigate the probable abduction of a child added an interesting twist to the plot. However, a few criticisms: Isn't it a strange coincidence that the pregnant police officer's boyfriend finds the dead baby? I mean, him of all people. Then, to the end, some of the scenes started to be overly dramatic. When the police officer, who tries to poach the whole case from the pregnant police officer, questions the father of the abducted child and loses his marbles, I couldn't help thinking: Come on, this is a worn out standard procedure in all the cop films we start to find boring these days. But all in all, a film worth watching!
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