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The Daughter (2013)

Not Rated | | Action, Drama, Thriller | 19 May 2015 (USA)
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The daughter of a wealthy mayoral candidate and her friends are held for ransom by a group of daring criminals.

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Rian Fielding
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Tom Fielding
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Zero / Robert Michaels
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Dina Roberts (as Brianna Michelle Parcel)
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Ian Leel
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Palmer Miller
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James Rowan
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Anthony Burke
Erynne Elkins ...
Kathleen Curtis
Megan Taylor Harvey ...
Leslie McCurdy
Jim Hill ...
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Vaughn Johseph ...
Anthony Williams
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In this gripping suspense-thriller, the daughter of a wealthy mayoral candidate and her friends are held for ransom by a group of daring criminals. Soon, as tempers flare and tension mounts, secrets rise to the surface revealing that these kidnappers are after much more than money. Written by Anonymous

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Political Thriller
18 April 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A small time politician is running for public office with strong support from his daughter and her mid twenties friends. The mayoral race is close and the challenger is haunted with recurring accounts of an incident during his time as the fire chief. The character development for this indie film is well done with different story arcs in play. The script is snappy and plausible with noticeable use of "F" words in expected pointed situations. The cinematography is consistent except for a couple of too close, close-ups in news casts. Graphic violence in a couple of spots fit well with plot twists and are difficult to anticipate. The story arc keeps the viewer engaged. There are a couple of continuity flaws but not too distracting.


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