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A Daughter's Nightmare (2014)

TV-14 | | Drama, Mystery, Thriller | TV Movie 3 May 2014
A daughter's life is sent into a tailspin when her mother falls victim to the charms of a seemingly innocent male friend with sinister intentions.

Director:

Vic Sarin

Writer:

Shelley Gillen
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Emily Osment ... Ariel
Paul Johansson ... Adam
Victoria Pratt ... Dana
Gregg Sulkin ... Ben
Richard Karn ... Cameron
Jaden Rain ... Brooks
Eric Breker ... Vic
Gabriela Zimmerman Gabriela Zimmerman ... Maria
Paul Jarrett ... Minister
Jennifer Kirkbride Jennifer Kirkbride ... Waitress
Alex Zahara ... Dr. Shwarzstein
Janet Anderson Janet Anderson ... Therapist
Peter Benson ... Dr. Logie
Roger Ward Roger Ward ... Pharmacist
Liam Caswell Liam Caswell ... Vet Technician
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Storyline

Soon after her father's death, college freshman Ariel learns her mother, Dana, has met Adam, a seemingly well-meaning and charming man at a grief support group. He claims to be a nurse, but the longer he hangs around the sicker and more isolated Dana becomes, even from Ariel. When Dana suddenly goes missing it's up to Ariel to discover the terrible truth of Adam's past before it is too late. Written by Anonymous

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Taglines:

Never trust the guy next door See more »


Certificate:

TV-14

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Trivia

The music of the hymn "No Regrets" was composed by Shane Harvey and the lyrics were written by the writer of the movie Shelley Gillen. See more »

Goofs

Pharmacies do not give out prescription information over the phone, it is confidential under the HIPPA law. As such, Ariel would have never learned about the prescription Adam picked up. See more »

Quotes

Adam: This is what grief feels like.
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No Regrets
(Hymn)
Lyrics by Shelley Gillen
Music by Shane Harvey
Performed by Emily Osment
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A comfortable movie
29 December 2019 | by alishaebrahimnegadSee all my reviews

The thing I love most about this movie is how natural the acting is. Emily Osment just have this easy-going approachability thing about her. She seems so down to earth and delivers her lines and performance with such ease.

I like how Emily and Victoria Pratt interact with each other. They seem like a real mother & daughter duo that has a wonderful & healthy relationship. The way they talk to each other is so nice to watch. It makes the movie seem realistic and easy to view. Even though there are some heavy situations going on in the film, the daughter portrays strength & common sense and you just have faith that they're going to get through it. Emily's character is very savvy. Finally a character in a Lifetime movie that has a clue! I like the fact that this movie isn't too heavy and there are no scenes that make you roll your eyes due to "lifetime ridiculousness" (extreme over-acting of a character, plot holes, terrible camera work, flat acting) Although the villain is extremely annoying to me.

This is the perfect movie to relax on the couch with a blanket and some snacks. Not too exciting but definitely not ridiculous. Very much worth a watch! One of my favorites.


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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 May 2014 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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16:9 HD
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