Never Let Go

Synopsis: A single mother desperately searches for her missing child in a beautiful, but unfamiliar land, following an apparent abduction. Trusting no one, and stopping at nothing, as she weaves her way through the murky backstreet's and barren landscapes, now implicated in the murder of a seemingly innocent man, her connections back in the US begin to reveal that there is much more at stake than first meets the eye..
Director(s): Howard J. Ford
Production: Latitude Films
93 min


Is he all right?

Yeah, he was out like a light.

So, where to first?

Well, they've got a zoo.

It's got a little zebra train,

or something,

goes right around the whole thing.

Yeah, we can save

on a bit of buggy pushing.

Jake would love it.

Yeah, okay, I'd love it.

So, let's do lunch in

the Monkey Munch Cafe.

The "Monkey Munch Cafe".

And we...


Why don't we go to the Old Town

in the afternoon?


I thought we could do some shopping.

I knew you were gonna say that.

Well, I thought I would get

your mom a little something.

She's been amazing recently.

I thought maybe I could get her

a couple of sarongs, or something.

You think she'd like that?

You are so sweet.



What's wrong?

I know this is a big change for you.

It was for me.

But this is just

a temporary arrangement.

Six months down the line,

you could get a job,

do a few days' work a week.

Something different.

"Normal", you mean.


We all have to deal with

what comes at us, Lisa.


Your father would be so proud.

A granddaddy.

Mr. Anderson, do you have a few words?

Mr. Anderson, do you have

any words for our KCM viewers?

A vote for Clarke is a vote for America.

Thank you very much.

Why don't you use that allowance,

or whatever you wanna call it,

take a vacation somewhere?

He's right.

It would do you and Sophie so much good.

Go somewhere you've always wanted to go.

I would've loved to have had

that kind of time with you.

You need to find a way

to forgive yourself, Lisa.

Your father is looking down

at you from heaven,

and his beautiful grandchild.

And all he wants is for you to be happy.

He always wanted to travel more...




So, you are here for vacation, Miss?

Something like that.

Ah, yes, that's great.

I like your baby, it's beautiful.

Is not too much noisy, you know?

I like that.

It's a girl, or a boy?

A girl.

Oh, yes, that's fantastic.

I like girls.

One day, I gonna have a lot of kids,

but I need this, you know?

So, your husband is not with you?

Uh... I'm meeting

my husband at the hotel.

Hey, is this the way?

Yes, yes, sure is,

but I have to say just hi to my friend,

and coming back.

Just two minutes, okay?

No. No, actually it's not okay.

Just take it easy.

This will take only two minutes.


Can we get going?

My husband will be getting kind

of worried if I'm much longer.

Your husband is lucky man, Miss.

Be careful, your purse in the market.

Pickpockets, you know?

Oh, yes, he's my best friend.

Soon, we gonna have

a big business together,

selling everything on the Internet.

Your room is not ready.

Probably by 2:
00 p.m.

Maybe a little before.

But you can leave a bag, and

there are a lot of cafes and shops.

Right. Okay.

Thank you for this.

I hope it's not too much of a drain

on those campaign funds.

Lisa, I'm trying to

manage this the best I can.

It's not an easy situation.

Well, you've got a while

till the "Where's-Daddy" conversation.

I wouldn't stress about it yet.

Yeah. Yeah, I'm sorry

I can't be there with you.

Sure. How are those voters behaving?

Oh, you know, slowly,

but we'll get there.

How are you holding up?


I worry about you, both of you.

Oh, you know, slowly.

We'll get there.

Wherever "there" is.

We're gonna work this out.

I know how strong you are.

And I'm gonna keep your job for you

whether you like it, or not.

These newbies just don't have any edge.

Look, let your hair down.

Just try and relax.

Take as long as you want.

Hey, darling, are you joining us

for dinner any time soon?

Be right there.

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