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- DescriptionA family is devastated by a crime committed against a teenage girl in this drama. Annie (Liana Liberato) is 14 years old and growing up in a suburb of Chicago. Annie's parents, Will (Clive Owen) and Lynn (Catherine Keener), are loving, but they've been busy with her older brother, Peter (Spencer Curnutt), who is heading off to college, so she spends a lot of time on-line chatting with a boy she met on the Internet, Charlie. Annie has developed a powerful crush on Charlie, and when he asks her to meet face to face, she eagerly agrees. However, Annie is startled to discover that Charlie isn't 16 years old, as she was led to believe, but in his mid-thirties (Chris Henry Coffey), and when he talks her into stopping by his hotel room, he sexually assaults her. Humiliated, Annie confides to a friend what happened, and eventually the police are notified; it turns out that 'Charlie' is a sex offender they've been tracking for months. While Annie is devastated by the experience, her family is just as shocked by what happened, particularly Will, who becomes grimly obsessed with finding the man who raped his daughter.
- Leading Role 1Clive Owen
- Director 1David Schwimmer
- Leading Role 2Catherine Keener
- Leading Role 3Liana Liberato
- Additional Roles byNoah Emmerich,Viola Davis,Jason Clarke
- ProducerDavid Schwimmer,Tom Hodges
- ScreenwriterAndy Bellin
- Score ComposerNathan Larson
- Release FormatBlu-ray
- Release Year2011
- Additional GenreGeneral
- Running Time105 minutes
Most relevant reviews
- woodies26201309 Oct, 2014by
A very serious drama, about a serious subject.
This film wont be to everyone's taste, it's a very serious subject and Clive Owen is superb. For those with young daughters it must lay bare fears that caring parents have in this day and age. It will certainly make you ask yourself what would I do in this situation, it's well worth seeing but is not light entertainment.
- c-r-k_robertson05 Jan, 2013by
Definitely not a feel good film but does get you thinking about things.
Bought this as was recommended. We thought it was really thought provocating. It won't be everyones cup of tea due to the subject matter but if you have teenagers watch this film as it may make you double check they are being safe when online. Society has changed so much and this film perhaps shows even us parents who think they are up to date just how much things have changed and how easy a scarey situation can happen to even the nicest and street smart kids. We normally sell our DVD's on after watching but this will be a keeper to use as an educational tool on our girls when they get a bit older. Clive Owen is excelent as usual and you cannot help but feel for his character. It's well directed and give Schwimmer his due it's so far removed from Ross in friends and can't have been the easiest of films to make or indeed fund. The young actress who plays the girl in this film is also one to watch for the future as she is so believable in her performance. Definitely not a feel good movie but it does get you thinking, well done Mr Schwimmer for putting this out. ter Read full review
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