Justice for Natalee Holloway

Synopsis: This follow-up to the original movie "Natalee Holloway" closes in on the ongoing mystery of what exactly happened to the Alabama teenager who mysteriously disappeared during her senior class trip to Aruba.
Genre: Crime, Drama
Director(s): Stephen Kay
Production: Sony Pictures Entertainment
89 min

Five years ago today, Alabama

teenager, Natalee Holloway...

... went to Aruba on a school trip

with friends and never returned.

Her story became

every parent's worst nightmare.

Natalee's mother, Beth, is with us

for an exclusive interview...

...on this somber anniversary.

- Good morning. Good to have you.

- Good morning.

Beth, talk about the fine line

between hope...

...and acceptance of reality.

Well, when this happened to Natalee,

my life was defined.

Defined with two children,

my marriage and a job.

Joran took my daughter's life

and mine.

He's still out there living his.

What can I say?

Ladies, they love me.

Kiss me.

After Natalee's disappearance,

I lost everything.

I lost that life.

This is my life now,

trying to get out and talk...

...and educate parents

and young people.

No other mother should ever get

the call I got five years ago today.

- Thank you, Beth.

- Thank you.

Come on, Mom.

Do you think they'll ever get

Joran Van Der Sloot?

I won't stop until we do.

Tell housekeeping

not to clean my room.

- Sure, no problem.

- My girl needs to sleep.

How did you know

Natalee was dead?

- People go into comas.

- Yeah, I was worried for that...

... but, you know,

it really scared me to death.

The girl's never gonna be found,

though, I'll tell you that.

Because she is in the sea?


Who helped you dump her?

A friend.

I'm not gonna say who or...

It wasn't my father, just a friend.

With a boat?


- Please, don't turn it off.

- I've seen it, numerous times.

Captain Fisher investigated.

The story makes no sense.

What are you talking about?

It's a confession.

He admits to dumping her

in the ocean while she was alive.

The man Joran claimed drove the boat

wasn't in Aruba. He was in Holland.

He's just covering for his father.

Paulus is still pulling the strings

right now.

That's enough.

This is insane. I have a confession.

I brought you a tape.

I've ordered the captain

to close the case.

- What?

- This meeting is finished.

Nobody has ever paid

for the death of my daughter.

Somebody has to pay for this crime.

- There she is. Beth, Beth.

- Beth?

Ms. Holloway, please.

How do you feel

about the judge's decision?

One question for you. Paulus, Paulus.

Mr. Van Der Sloot, over here.

How do feel

about the judge's decision?


You're responsible for this.

Why won't you let the truth

come out?

This madness needs to stop.

No body, no crime, Miss Holloway.

Leave my son alone.

I'm sorry for your loss.

- What's next?

- Excuse me.

Think your son

will ever be charged?

What do think about...?

Once again, Aruba has refused...

...to prosecute the psychopath

who took my daughter from me.

Joran Van Der Sloot

is a vicious criminal.

I have him on tape bragging

about what he did...

...but Joran can say whatever

he wants, confess again and again...

...and Aruba will never do

a damn thing about it.

One more question.

Well, I'll be home tonight, Matt,


I love you, honey.

Okay, bye.

I cannot believe

I am leaving here again without her.

I just wanted a place to lay flowers.

You're the lawyer, John,

explain this to me.

Look, maybe it's time to let go.

Maybe it's time...

To what? Time to stop?

What would you do, John,

if this was your child?

When do you stop?

She's my daughter.

Don't ever tell me to let it go.

- Joran.

- Joran, can we ask a few questions?

What do you have to say

about Natalee's mother...

...calling you a psychopath


Are you enjoying this?




I will not have you bringing this.

You want to call attention...

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