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Don't Say a Word (24-Sep-2001)

Director: Gary Fleder

Writers: Patrick Smith Kelly; Anthony Peckham

From novel: Don't Say a Word by Andrew Klavan

Keywords: Thriller, Kidnapping, Psychiatry

An adolescent therapist's daughter is abducted by a kidnapper demanding a piece of information from one of his patients.

ABSTRACT
Respected pediatric psychiatrist Nathan Conrad's daughter is kidnapped by Patrick Koster, a jewel thief who'd been double-crossed in the process of a big heist a decade earlier. Patrick's disquieting demand is for Nathan to break through to catatonic patient Elisabeth Burrows and retrieve crucial knowledge pertaining to a desired gem's whereabouts, forcing Nathan to work against long odds to save his daughter as detective Sandra Cassidy closes in on his predicament.

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