Directed by Lodge Kerrigan
In this acclaimed psychological thriller from Lodge Kerrigan (“The Girlfriend Experience”), a mentally disturbed man named Keane (Damian Lewis, “Homeland”) is pulled into a spiral of mania after his young daughter goes missing. Guilt-ridden over failing to prevent the crime–if that’s what it was–Keane visits Port Authority every day, tracing and retracing his steps, looking for clues. But his obsession threatens to turn into something far worse after a neighbor (Amy Ryan) asks him to look after her young daughter (Abigail Breslin), who’s the same age as Sophia was when she was abducted...
A man desperately searches New York City for his daughter.
Cast: Damian Lewis, Abigail Breslin, Amy Ryan
Pretty crap, slow and boring
Waste of time!
Felt so sorry for the Dad in this movie, been a Mum myself. Felt his pain and wished people were kinder to him when he was asking about his daughter. Apart from that I thought the movie was just depressing and boring. No thrill to it so cannot classify as horror
Drawn out painful to watch, not my kinda movie
Enjoyable. I felt the father's pain and can see why he became this way. Very sad but glad he decided to take her back to her mum. As for horror.... definitely not. Would recommend though as a drama/psychological film.