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Gone (21-Feb-2012)

Director: Heitor Dhalia

Writer: Allison Burnett

Keywords: Thriller

A young woman and kidnapping survivor becomes convinced that her captor has returned to her area after her sister goes missing.

ABSTRACT
Jill Conway, a young resident of Portland, Oregon alongside sister and college student Molly, is a survivor of a brutal kidnapping that left her institutionalized in a psych ward after she was unable to prove events concerning her disappearance had played out as she'd claimed to local authorities. When her sister goes missing under similar circumstances in the present day, however, Jill is tasked with the simultaneous challenges of tracking her down and trying to convince skeptical police officers that her supposed abductor may be the culprit.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Wes Bentley
Actor
4-Sep-1978   American Beauty
Jennifer Carpenter
Actor
7-Dec-1979   The Exorcism of Emily Rose
Katherine Moennig
Actor
29-Dec-1977   The L Word
Michael Paré
Actor
9-Oct-1958   Eddie and the Cruisers
Hunter Parrish
Actor
13-May-1987   Silas Botwin on Weeds
Nick Searcy
Actor
7-Mar-1959   Art Mullen on Justified
Amanda Seyfried
Actor
3-Dec-1985   Mean Girls
Sebastian Stan
Actor
13-Aug-1983   Captain America: The First Avenger
Daniel Sunjata
Actor
30-Dec-1971   Franco Rivera on Rescue Me

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