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Harm's Way (2010)

Darlene and her daughter Victoria seek refuge at a remote rural safe house for abused women that's run by the strict and tough, but folksy and supportive Bea. Things turn sour when Bea ... See full summary »

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Melanie Orr
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Cast

Cast overview:
Kathleen Quinlan ... Bea
Ingrid Kavelaars ... Darlene
Hannah Lochner ... Victoria
Claudia Wit ... Matty
Dan Petronijevic ... Luke (as Daniel Petronijevic)
David Sparrow ... Hallam
Jeff Topping Jeff Topping ... Daddy
Arlene Mazerolle ... Pam
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Darlene and her daughter Victoria seek refuge at a remote rural safe house for abused women that's run by the strict and tough, but folksy and supportive Bea. Things turn sour when Bea proves to be a total lunatic with an especially dangerous influence on the impressionable Victoria. Written by Woodyanders

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Home Is Where The Harm Is

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Thriller

Certificate:

R | See all certifications »

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 May 2010 (Argentina) See more »

Also Known As:

La protegida See more »

Filming Locations:

Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

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Color
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Goofs

When Luke comes back to the house the second time looking for Matty, Bea is shown loading her shotgun. The shotgun she has is a break-action, breech loading type. In the next scene when she is shown pointing the gun at Luke you hear the sound of a pump-action shotgun being loaded with a shell. That is not possible with a break-action type shotgun. See more »

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References Antiques Roadshow (1997) See more »

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Excellent Ending
22 May 2018 | by Dave_douellSee all my reviews

I was so pleased with the ending of this movie!! Finally a movie where everyone gets what they deserve, except maybe the first girl being held captive, but we don't know her story. I was wondering why they were hiding from the police until the last flashback. Kind of unexpected, but hooray for Victoria!


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