Stolen From The Womb

Synopsis: Inspired by true events, Diane and Rob King are thrilled over the news of Diane's pregnancy. Chelsey Miller, a woman desperate to have a baby, discovers that she's unable to have one of her own, and stalks the unsuspecting Diane with the intentions of stealing her baby. When Diane's due date approaches, Chelsey kidnaps her and gives her a labor-inducing drug, forcing Diane to deliver the baby. Chelsey takes the baby and Diane is found alive. Now Diane and Rob must do everything they can to find their newborn, who has a rare congenital condition that needs to be treated immediately, before it is too late.
Genre: Crime, Drama, Mystery
Director(s): Terry Ingram
Production: Lighthouse Pictures, Inc.
84 min


I know it's hard, Chelsey.

You have to push it hard again.

Just a little, but it will be over.

There it is. You did it.

Time of death:
22. 18.

I want to see her.


The studio is wonderful. -Yeah.

They finished it six months ago.

Will you really go home?

I can drive you.

It's just a few streets.

Walking will benefit me.

Are you evaluating tasks today?

-All day. The Bruce are the worst.

How do they come to fax if they

do not know how to use commas?

Go create a young

mind, Professor King.

I love you. -Me too.

- I love you, Johnny. Enjoy.

It's in the first quarter.

- It seems so.

I have a deadline on April 20.

- On April 15th! -Res? It's so close.

You're pregnant for 10 weeks.

How do you know you're wearing a son?

I'm sorry, I do not want to stick,

I heard your husband

call him Johnny.

Our joke.

You know how in the books

compare the size of the baby

with fruit or vegetables?

Days 38 and 39 are

squash and watermelon.

I'm trying to forget that.

In the fifth week, we

officially confirmed pregnancy.

In the book we read that the

child is as big as an apple pie.

Hearty. I like it.

-Diane. -Chelsey.

Girls, let's start.

I see new faces.

If you have any

questions, please select.

This course prepares you

on a miraculous journey

waiting for future moments.

Put the soles together

for the start.

What brought you to Pineville?

My husband Rob teaches English

literature at the university.

He's got a great job.

- Do you also lecture?

Yes, and instead of Emily

Dickinson and G. B. Shawa

my children are reading Hat with a hat

and Night, month.

I'm in kindergarten.

- It's a bit exciting. You see the future.

Yeah. It's full of juice, glue

and always unbuttoned shoes.

Is your husband so happy

with parenthood like you?

I'm sorry, I'm asking too much.

-It's okay. We're not together.

I'm sorry.

We had problems.

In one year, I had

three abortions.

Jesse, my husband,

wanted to quit.

He hurt him too much when

he dared, then gave up.

All the time, we argued.

I think he'll be happy when I tell him.

- This requires courage. - Yeah?

Of course.

If you do not expect anything,

you can not be disappointed.

But hope requires courage.

-I hope.

I dream about my family.

I'll make that dream come true.

- So you're a good mom.

Thank you.


Just a moment.

Chelsey, what are you doing here?

- It's nice to see you, too.

I'm sorry, I did not expect you.

An interesting word choice.

I expect the children. I'm pregnant.

Ten weeks.

There you were.

You should know.

Only once, since I moved out.

- One more time.

Did you do it on purpose?

Did you want me to come back to me?

It would be stupid.

Chels, it's not like that.

But that's not good.

The doctor says it's dangerous.

He did not expect pregnancy,

it's not the same.

I can not do it anymore.

I told you.

I could be happy too, but

that's not enough for you.

Nothing has changed.

- It's all.

We're not just the two of us.

We'll be three.

I would like to believe that.

I'm sorry, it's too

much for me right now.

I need time.

- Right.

Talk to you.

Yoga really takes three hours?

One hour, but I went to

lunch with my new friend.

Chelsey, she would give

birth a week after me.

Great, you have a pregnant friend.

-Yeah. Still coffee? -Thank you.

Good afternoon, "Real Estate

Goehring-Oland". Who are you looking for?

Of course, just a moment.

Hello! Welcome to Pineville.

-Thank you. -I am pleased. -Me too.

It's nice to meet you too.

They need at least two bedrooms.


When do you have a deadline? -5. March.

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