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Matthew R. Anderson,
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When the daughter of a powerful senator is kidnapped by a psychopath, the senator requests a particular homicide detective, Caitlyn Conner, to head up the case. She knows the kidnapper better than anyone else - he just killed her husband. Against the advice of her closest friend, a police psychologist, Caitlyn enters the killer's web of sadistic games and discovers the crime is far more twisted than anyone imagined.Written by
It was what I expected. To be honest, I only watched it because I am a new fan of Canadian actor Graham Cuthbertson. I became a fan of his thanks to his role (voice) in the video game Outlast Whistleblower. He voiced Eddie "The Groom" Gluskin. Anyway, it seems like one of those movies you'd see on Lifetime, I'm sure it aired at one time on that station. I was just happy to see Graham get quite a bit in this. He played Malcolm Gitteridge. I will say that I didn't expect his character to be helping the very young kidnapper. This kid did look like his was in high school. It was an OK film, I just skip to Graham's scenes.
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