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Nothing in the Flowers (2011)

Unrated | | Drama, Thriller | 29 December 2011 (USA)
Two young girls face separate realities at the hands of their abductor.

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Tori Ernspiker ...
Amanda Saylor
Warren Ray ...
Cecil Baker
Meadow Drollinger ...
Angel
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Det. Keith Saunders
Taylor Carl ...
Meagan Foster
Dana Hope
Jennifer Shank ...
Annette Saylor
Greg Hillner ...
Chad Levine
Loren Crawford ...
Ms. Millner
Ron Ernspiker ...
Officer Cantwell (voice)
Melissa Ray ...
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Nothing in the Flowers takes you to Culver County, a small town where a young girl has been missing for several weeks without a trace. Before long, another girl disappears, forcing one local detective into a world he could never imagine and uncover a secret that has been hiding in the town's shadows for years. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Thriller

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Great movie
30 December 2011 | by (Kentucky) – See all my reviews

David Brewer did a phenomenal job as the director and producer of his first movie. It had a great story line and script. There was enough suspense, which kept me engaged, on the edge of my seat and waiting for the next scene. It was a story that we've heard before although it was a different story - which added to it being a unique film. Who would have thought that people would use familiar things to carry out evil, depraved thoughts and acts. This movie will make you pause and think about how society can be more vigilant about protecting people. David's work has the tremendous potential of being picked up by a major movie producer. The cast did an excellent job portraying their characters. The lighting, scenes and music were all appropriate for the setting. This is a movie that I would strongly encourage others to go see. Watch out for a producer and director from Kentucky named David Brewer.


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