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Gone (2011)

TV-14 | | Crime, Drama, Mystery | TV Movie 27 June 2011
In the Lifetime Original Movie Gone, Amy's (Molly Parker, Deadwood) 9-year-old daughter Emily is kidnapped and she receives a chilling call instructing her to kill a recently admitted ... See full summary »

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Grant Harvey

Writer:

Ron Oliver
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Molly Parker ... Amy Kettering
Lochlyn Munro ... David Kettering
Susan Hogan ... Louise Turner
Natasha Calis ... Emily Kettering
Venus Terzo ... Paula Stronin
Adrian Holmes ... Duncan Hall
Sonja Bennett ... Liz Cook
Peter Bryant ... Dennis Baldwin
John Shaw ... Borden
Kristina Agosti Kristina Agosti ... Nurse Gail
Andrew Airlie ... Therapist
Jax Smith ... Mrs. Channing (as Jaclyn Smith)
Buster Kane Buster Kane ... Officer Black Paul
Lori Triolo ... Detective Carter
Derek Lowe ... Forensic Technician
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In the Lifetime Original Movie Gone, Amy's (Molly Parker, Deadwood) 9-year-old daughter Emily is kidnapped and she receives a chilling call instructing her to kill a recently admitted patient in her hospital if she ever wants to see her daughter again. Written by Anonymous

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 June 2011 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Al límite de la locura See more »

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Females in jeopardy: At about 30 minutes in, Emily has been kidnapped and is threatened by an unknown male kidnapper. At about 44 minutes in as Amy is about to gank the patient, he awakens in a timely manner and grabs Amy, putting her in a choke hold. She is able to talk her way to freedom. With about 52 minutes left, Amy is threatened in the now vacant hospital by a gun thug, who is also a Guy Perpetually in Need of a Shave, dressed as an orderly. She flees and eventually hides in a stairwell, where she uses a convenient fire extinguisher to knock down the gun thug. Instead of taking his gun, she attempts to flee, but they fight. As she is pinned against a wall, she uses a convenient scalpel she had in her pocket to stab the thug in his shoulder. She ganks him by pushing him away into the stairwell. Unlike most Lifetime Heroines, she confirms the kill and takes his gun, keys, and phone.

With about 40 minutes remaining, Amy is threatened by a second gun thug. She uses a convenient vaccine bottle to hit him in the head and escape. The police arrive, arrest her, and gank the gun thug. With about 35 minutes remaining, Amy is threatened by Liz at gunpoint. Liz violates the principle of "If you're going to shoot, shoot. Don't talk" and Amy is able to escape into a building. With about 34 minutes remaining, Liz shoots Amy, wounding her in her left arm. Amy jumps into the water and escapes. With about 7 minutes remaining, Amy is again threatened at gunpoint by Liz. As Liz is about to handcuff her, an epic chick fight takes place involving hair pulling and a roll down the stairs, after which Amy is again threatened at gunpoint by Liz and taken to the garage along with Duncan and Paula. At about 4 minutes remaining, Paula is hit by Duncan, who along with Liz threatens Amy at gunpoint. As Liz leaves to get the car, Duncan continues to threaten Amy first by pulling her hair then by choking her while holding her at gunpoint. As he releases her, Amy is able to use a convenient shovel and hits Duncan, disarming him. Amy is able to recover his gun and ganks him with an immediately fatal abdominal wound. Amy takes Liz prisoner as she pulls up in the car. In a quasi-epic chick fight, Amy pistol whips Liz to learn the location of Emily. Emily is rescued by Amy, the police arrive and arrest the criminals. See more »

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Amy is wearing sneakers, but when she is looking for Emily at the shipyard the sound of her footsteps are those of hard soled shoes. See more »

Quotes

David Kettering: [Title drop] It happened three years ago. She was at work alone and a guy came out of nowhere. They never found him. They did a full rape kit, canvas, but he was... gone.
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The Plot Thickens
17 July 2011 | by wes-connorsSee all my reviews

A mysterious man, running from some howling dogs, introduces the drama. We will re-encounter him later…

Next, we meet tightly-wound nurse Molly Parker (as Amy). She has survived a terrifying parking lot attack, which we shall partially see in flashbacks. To help deal with being the victim of a violent crime, Ms. Parker sees a counselor and takes medication. For self-defense, she goes to karate class - and she has learned how to wield a gun. Parker is separated from mechanic husband Lochlyn Munro (as David Franklin), who worries about his wife's inability to overcome her victimization. He is seeking custody of cute little Natasha Calis (as Emily). Parker goes to pick up their daughter at school, but the girl has been kidnapped...

Parker receives a phone call from the abductor ordering her to kill one of the patients at the hospital where she works - before midnight, or the kid will be floating in a river. The targeted patient is the man from the opening scene. This thriller first loses a large dose of credibility when the police let both mother and father out of their sights. Most police would be suspicious when one of the parents receives a phone call, then leaves. Get ready to suspend your disbelief as additional plot points unfold... "Gone" writer Ron Oliver and director Grant Harvey handle the assignment well, and keep this moving fast enough to hold your attention.

***** Gone (6/27/11) Grant Harvey ~ Molly Parker, Lochlyn Munro, Sonja Bennett, Peter Bryant


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