Countdown: Jerusalem

Synopsis: A journalist searches for her daughter as a series of catastrophic disasters push a destabilized society toward the brink of global war.
Genre: Sci-Fi, Thriller
93 min

It is in the best care.

I do not want to be now in Los Angeles.

Who is speaking for you?


Hello, come here.

Can you cast your loving father?

-- Where are we going?

Baba is going to see in Atlanta.

Can I? Baba always

leads to fishing with his boat.

Let's talk about Maman father.


Farewell to Baba.


Come, give me a kiss.

What? What is the problem?

Now you're talking about potatoes and fishing

for two weeks.

Then let us come.

Do not go to the top.

Allison has two weeks.

I'll be busy.

Do not stir with my work, good?

This was discussed in court.

Your phone.

Yes? Hey Vic


See you in two weeks.

Yes, I can be there.



Need help?

No, I can do.

Okay, I will jeme out.

--Close the door.

Sorry Vic

Yes, I can go in that time.

When is the press conference?

No, I was good. Yes, I only recently took

to bring Mary to the park.

It is not a problem.

It is assumed that work only

in history from ...

Did you hear that?


Have you done?





Ms. Thompson sleuthhound

I am sorry to wait.

I read his statement.

She suspects that her ex--husband has a daughter?


Why dyshoji it?

Before they disappear Mary

wants to go to Atlanta ...

he is where he grew up.

What is your job?

He is working for the CIA data.

He works in the federal building

on Wilshire.

We will vihemi in this system.

Have a picture of your daughter?

This will help us in your search.

This is the last.

This was when she was five years.

It is a very beautiful girl.

Do you know if your husband already left for Atlanta?

I went to his house and he was not there.

Tentova to call?

--Phone does not work.

No flights are leaving now

Airport ...

Birmingham will contact us Long Beach,

we will disclose.

And the park.

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