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A Dangerous Place (2012)

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An innocent woman, Claire Scully is drawn into a terrorist plot to kill people through the mail using a deadly strain of TB.

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Claire Scully
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Greenfield
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Ross
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Gracie
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Flo
Monica Knight ...
Holly
Hans Otto Schundler ...
Ryan
Hilary Howard ...
Ms. Stone
Joe Ryan ...
Will
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Maria
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Ethan
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Tina
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Artchava
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Father Frank
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An innocent woman, Claire Scully is drawn into a terrorist plot to kill people through the mail using a deadly strain of TB.

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The world is A Dangerous Place to live not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who do nothing about it. - Einstein

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24 March 2012 (USA)  »

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Greenfield: Are you going to be alright?
[re: the photo]
Greenfield: Are you sure about her?
Claire Scully: I'm sure about one thing, Greenfield, the Federal Bureau of Investigation investigates. They're not here to protect anyone, they think we're mailing out the letters and you can be sure they'll prove at least one of us did it. Be careful, before one of your fellow potential millionaires pins it on you.
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Music and Lyrics by Mark Petrie and Gina Brigida
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Mostly scary but occasionally touching
20 November 2014 | by See all my reviews

Eight months after September 11, a man in a suit carrying a briefcase shows up at a house, looking shaken up and dirty as if he just came from the Twin Towers on that terrible day.

Claire is finally ready to return home to her executive job at Prozan Pharmaceutical in Newark, after spending time in Ohio after she lost her husband Will on September 11. Her son Ryan is still having a hard time; he won't talk, he still dresses up all the time and his play focuses on the firefighters and the towers. Greenfield, a co-worker, has been taking care of the house and bringing in mail; the kitchen looks like it belongs to Britney Spears.

Prozan is planning to sell, but Claire is opposed, even though her stock in the company is worth $2.3 million. Co-workers think it is because she will get a huge settlement for her husband's death.

Thousands in Africa are dying from a dangerous type of TB. A few in the United States have also died from an even worse strain. And Prozan makes the only drug that can treat it. Stock prices climb, though Prozan has a limited supply. The company can start production quickly, which is strange. Even stranger is the discovery of a hidden supply. And the stock price keeps rising, and more and more people die, mostly important business people and their employees. Journalists make everyone worried. It is believed the disease is spread by mail.

Meanwhile, Claire must cope with her grief and plan a funeral. She says with no body there should be no funeral, which is one of several disagreements she has with Will's mother Flo.

And there are strange things happening to Claire. Could she be a target? And what is taking place on the abandoned 13th floor of Prozan's building?

And the mystery man we met early is now dressed for camping.

This is a pretty good movie. Not great, but exciting enough. There are plenty of scary moments, and of course the urgent tone and frenzied editing of the various news outlets. Weird lighting, strange angles and shaky cameras add to the mood in the scary situations.

And we are given many different possibilities about the cause of what's going on. But we always suspect there is one main reason. We just don't know the details.

But it's not all a tense thriller. There are sweet family moments, and even a role for faith, as the family's priest helps with honoring Will.

And there is room for occasional comedy, like that huge pile of what looks like a week's worth of celebrity fan mail, but is really eight months of regular mail.

Kristen Dalton does an okay job. Claire has to be strong, but she falls apart occasionally. She's no superwoman, which is fine. She isn't necessarily a person of faith, but she is open to the idea of relying on a higher power.

I could have done without all the blood, but I guess that's how you know people are sick.

It's worth seeing.


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