Synopsis: A single mom tries to break free from a mysterious organization that has abducted her.
Director(s): Steven Shainberg
Production: AMBI Media Group
  1 win.
Rotten Tomatoes:
102 min

Goodmorning everybody. Here is the morning news in Kansas City

-here at 94.2 KTCV ...



- Frankly! - Do not kill it!

They frighten the life out of me, but I can not kill them.

- Pardon. - Alright, Mama.

- It's out. - Thank you my darling.

Do you remember what we talked about yesterday? About to be ready at a certain time?

- I do not want trouble with your father. - You woke me with your cries.

- I asked you to go to bed yesterday. - I did the homework.

- And and. - Hold op.

Homework? You were on Facebook for three hours. Come on, we gotta go.

- Are you ready? - Of course. But are you ready?

I was born ready. Nothing scares me.

When we've done it, it feels great.

It will redefine us. Every time we doubt whether there is anything we can

- We reply:
"Of course. I've jumped parachute."

- "I can handle anything." - I can feel you need it.


Environmental degradation, the damage to water supply and food ...

- I would have made eggs for you. - I do not like eggs.

You can not eat the same thing every morning.

I make eggs, and you eat them. It is healthy.

- You should call your father about it. - I can fix a lamp.

- What are you looking for? - My knife.

I removes the insulation, so that there is contact.

Problem solved. I do not need your father.

- He had called an electrician. - He must not think about money.

I need your help for an additional task in mathematics.

What for?

- The genealogy tree. - Have not we make it?

- We took your side. - So talk to your father.

Would you call him for me?

- What is the point of the exercise? - Everyone should know where they come from.

- I hate to do your homework. - Dad do not want to help me.

I make three calculations, if you call him for me.

- Four. - Three.


Damn it! F***ing homework.

I hate that sh*t.

Forget the math. We have to go. I wait in the car.

- Text messages you have for me up there? - I am coming! A moment!

Renee, I have the tickets. Do not be afraid. See you.

- Who was it? - Margaret from work.

- Afraid of what? What are you about to do? - I have to jump parachute today.

It did not you tell me. What if something happens?

It is insanely fun. I'm doing it.

Hi, Renee. Ringer not you go back? I thought we had it nice.

- Var det Adam?

- Alan, ja.

- Did not you like him? - It does not concern you.

You drive him to school on Friday. We do not need your f***ing bullshit.

- Was that Dad? - He is not always so nice to me.

It does not matter.

Get him at 17, because I have a date on Tuesday night.

Cliff, you should know that he heard you swear at me.

- In the mobile machine. - That's because you let him hear.

To play them in the car for the nose at him.

- He does it with their homework again. - He must focus, as the teacher said.

- Maybe he needs a better teacher. - Do you spend more money?

It is his reaction when he can not solve the crunch.

He manages the fine in school.

- If you could help him a little more ... - I'll try.

It is good that we only have one child.

He knows we're talking about him. Just say goodbye.

- Have fun, honey. - Do you really jump parachute?

- I can handle it. I'll send you pictures. - Do not die, do you?

- I swear. I love you. - Love you too.

Do it.

What the hell?

Oh no.

What the hell is that?

Do you need help? It sucks when it happens.

I do not know what it is. There is something that stuck.

I do not know.

- Drove you about it? - I did not notice anything.

Do not pull it out. A workshop is doing it without slashing the tire.

- Do you have roadside assistance? They change it for free. - Why should I be so practical?

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