Ridge Runners

Synopsis: When a 12 year old girl goes missing, detective Rachel Willow discovers that human trafficking can happen anywhere, even in her small town.
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Director(s): Hunter West
Production: Indican Pictures
  2 wins.
 
IMDB:
3.9
NOT RATED
Year:
2018
81 min
Website
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CINEMATIC SYMPHONIC

MUSIC PLAYS:

CINEMATIC SYMPHONIC

MUSIC CONTINUES:

[CRICKET SOUND EFFECTS]

DRAMATIC MUSIC INTENSIFIES

[TALK RADIO CAN BE HEARD]

LIGHT PIANO MUSIC PLAYS

[ENTRANCE JINGLE SOUND EFFECT]

[FAINT RADIO TALK CAN BE HEARD]

[LAUGHING SOUND EFFECT]

[KNOCKING SOUND EFFECT]

TRUCKER:

How much?

[DRAMATIC MUSIC INTENSIFIES]

LIGHT SYMPHONIC MUSIC PLAYS

[ALARM CLOCK SOUND EFFECT]

ROB:

Hey Rach...

Got to get up, hit that clock.

She walks the dog at 6:30.

[LIGHT AMBIENT MUSIC BEGINS]

[LIGHT GUITAR MUSIC BEGINS AND

BIRDS CHIRPING CAN BE HEARD]

[TRAIN SOUND EFFECT]

[TV INFOMERCIAL CAN BE HEARD]

RACHEL:
Hey sorry I'm home really late.

We had a stakeout

that didn't pan out

cause our guy didn't show.

And um, I couldn't

call because we didn't

know if we'd have to move.

REBECCA:

How old are you?

Mom...

31, in case you forgot.

By the time I was your

age, I had a husband, I had a

kid... you...

and I had a full time job.

Shouldn't the fact that I'm

31 be reason enough not

to be mad at me for

being home a little late?

You think I'm that

you're home late?

Well not now.

What did you tell

me last week?

That I'd start

looking for an apartment.

And?

Have you slept at all?

No.

You haven't even

started looking have you?

No. And how about you

go to bed and I'll finish this.

If I don't do it you won't.

You'd also said that you're

gonna be looking for another

job.

And I have an

interview lined up for tomorrow.

Are you not eating anything?

I'd rather you stay where

you are. I'm not hungry.

[INDISTINCT CHATTER

CAN BE HEARD]

KYLE:

Hey

Morning.

Yeah we got a missing girl.

- Oh no.

- Yeah.

She's only 12.

Halley Dawn.

Have her parents been in?

No, not yet. But we

did speak to the mom.

When is she coming in?

Should be any

minute now actually.

I'll keep you updated.

Thank you.

ROB:

How ya doing?

I'm good.

You good?

Yea, I'm good.

Did you hear about the girl?

Yea, Mike was

telling me earlier.

I think we have to interview

the mom, Maddie Dawn.

No father?

No, doesn't seem so,

which is going to make this

tougher.

I hate it when they cry.

It's actually a

telltale sign, you know.

Because when

people die, they mourn.

But when people lose people...

Then they become hysterical.

Ya know? Hyperventilate.

Snot cry.

Hey guys,

the mom is here.

Mrs. Dawn, I'm officer Willow

and this officer Shepherd.

Um, it's just Maddie.

I know you're having

at hard time with this.

Thank you for coming down here.

Well sure, um, is

there any news on Halley?

No not yet.

Why don't we start

from the beginning.

Ok. Um.

Well, um...

the neighbors picked up her and

her friend up from school. Um.

The Youngs. Cain and Marie.

And that was about three thirty.

And then um, around 7 we started

getting ready for an

office party at my house.

And where do you work?

Um, the race track.

The one out on the

ridge? The one on sixty three?

- Yes.

- Okay.

Do you think you can, uhm...

make a list of people that were

at that party that night?

Um, not of the

top of my head no.

Ok, then what happened?

Well, I tucked her in a

little after eleven and um...

The party died down around four.

And I went upstairs to

check up on her, before I went

to bed. She was gone.

Ok, but you didn't

call it in until after seven?

Well, no because,

she likes to sneak off to the

neighbors house. Um.

Ok she sneaks out a lot.

Well, no. Yes, but

just to go over and see her

friend Jane. Their daughter.

They're school friends.

Did you talk to them?

I did, and they

hadn't seen her since yesterday.

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