Taken from Me: The Tiffany Rubin Story

Synopsis: This fact-based Lifetime drama follows one mother's (Tiffany Rubin played by Taraji P. Henson) nightmarish struggle to retrieve the 7-year-old son (Kobe played by Drew Davis) her ex-husband whisked out of her life when he abducted the boy and took him back to his native South Korea.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Gary Harvey
  Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 3 wins & 9 nominations.
87 min




Have we scored points with my mother?

We have probably secured

free childcare.

Kobe has to go with his father, so

we can celebrate the next weekend.

- What?

- The best half in your life.

Did you forget it?

I got you there.

I got you there.

- Where are you bad?

- Bad?

Seeking. Just like I would like.

- Tiffany?

- Hi.

Do you remember Pastor Lewis?

It's not a long time either.

I heard that the wedding

in the house was fine.

We would be fooled by

you, but you are busy.

Why did he not see

you in church?

It's not so dramatic. Not a

religious crisis or something.

We have just so much to look forward to.

- They are too busy at the church.

- You're welcome on Sunday?



- Was it a fool?

- Then my childhood was.

She made you the woman I love.

- Where are the children?

- Her at the trees.

You look good when you grill.

- Where is Kobe?

- We do not know. He is hiding.

- Are you leaving him in the woods?

- We can not find him.

- Come down, Kobe.

- We're playing.

Yes, but rules are rules.

Yes, but rules are rules.

We could not see you so far away.

- And you could not see us.

- Yes.

- I was in trouble.

- I could not.

- I was hiding.

- I mean it. Come down.

How did you find me, mom?

I can always find you.

- How?

- Because you're a part of me.

You have become so big. Come on.

There are your friends.

There are your friends.

I think that a week in

Florida is a true identity.

He is going to Disneyworld with his father.

You can say no.

"It's their first father and son-in-law."

Can they not be in the

tent in your backyard?

Chris. Do not mix him into it.

Chris. Do not mix him into it.

- See you tomorrow morning.

- I love you Grandma.

- Do not worry, Mom.

- It's bigger.

- See you at home.

- I love you.

For good health,

strength and our family

we pray to you, our

lord God Amen.

Remember it. Every evening.

If I pray this baby in the evening,

you are with me in the heart.

You know all the aftertaste.

Sleep now.

Dad says I'm going to meet Mickey.

- And all the others.

- It sounds funny.

- We will at the very least.

- It says dad.

Did he say whose credit

card he has stolen.

"He's good with Kobe.

Otherwise, we would not have married us."

Jeff is not Chris.

Now it will be.

- Do not let them go to Florida.

- It's too late, mom.

You heard what the court said.

Jeff gets him a week every summer.

- We are cooperating.

- You're the boy's mother.

- We are cooperating.

- You're the boy's mother.

Jeff is his father.

He does not pay child support.

He has a job now and

he is with Nathalie.

He also pays for the summer camp.

Jeff has been alive. He is entitled

to take his son on vacation.

- People do not get lost.

- I would like to believe that.

- Do you still defend him?

- It is called "to forgive".

Does the pastor not

praise the church?

"I've probably had a weekend.

Come on. We're gonna pack."

Do not let them go to Florida.

- A phone? To me?

- You can call me whenever you want.

- Now I'll show you how.

- I know.

- How?

- I would like to use my father's phone.

It was sweet of him. You can

also call me from his phone.

- Let's pack your bins.

- Four letters for "grale".

- Pale.

- Thanks.

- Hi Chris. Belzora.

- Hi, Jeff.

I say goodbye to my

grandson and go to choir.

Take care of him.

Take care of him.

- Nome, but Disneyworld?

- It's my case, what we're going to do.

- Pardon?

- Sheep!

I say, "Hi, my boy."

And you say, "Hi, Dad."

- Hi.

- It was good.

- Where is Nathalie?

- I want Kobe for myself.

Let's take a picture. Are you ready?

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