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Abduction (22-Sep-2011)

Director: John Singleton

Writer: Shawn Christensen

Keywords: Thriller

A young man attempts to reveal the truth behind his existence after discovering his baby photo on a missing-persons website.

ABSTRACT
Nathan Harper, an eighteen-year old man living an average life in suburban Pittsburgh, teams up with classmate Karen Murphy for a high school research project on missing children. When Karen discovers a website advertising age-progression technology and uses their product on a baby photo of a missing person named Steven Price, Nathan immediately notices an uncanny resemblance between himself and the face on their computer screen. Bemused, he takes the matter to his "parents", inadvertently kicking off a chain of events that finds the young man up against a bizarre international conspiracy as he attempts to discover his true identity.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Maria Bello
Actor
18-Apr-1967   Dr. Anna Del Amico on ER
Lily Collins
Actor
18-Mar-1989   Mirror Mirror
Jason Isaacs
Actor
6-Jun-1963   Black Hawk Down
Taylor Lautner
Actor
11-Feb-1992   The Adventures of Sharkboy
Alfred Molina
Actor
24-May-1953   Doctor Octopus in Spider-Man 2
Elisabeth Rohm
Actor
28-Apr-1973   Serena Southerlyn on Law & Order
Roger Guenveur Smith
Actor
27-Jul-1959   A Huey P. Newton Story
Sigourney Weaver
Actor
8-Oct-1949   Alien

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