Terrible Angels

Synopsis: Detective Ben Nolan is sent to investigate the story of a convicted prostitute and known drug dealer Linda Grossel. Linda explains that she was kidnapped and held captive for weeks. As the investigation unfolds, Linda's sanity is put to question, leaving Ben to decide whether to go on with the investigation or leave Linda to the fate of the prison system.
Genre: Mystery, Thriller
94 min

Look at you. Don't be upset, baby.

Trying to go straight.

Okay, good.



What are you doing? No!







Linda? Let's go.



Have a seat.

Well, where's Jason?

He has been reassigned.

Jason, God bless his

little heart, he...

believed your story.

So now,

I get the pleasure of

spending time with you.

And who knows, you know? You might

even say something that I believe.

And if you do, then...

we might even go out

and burn one together.

Yeah, well, I just quit.

Did you?

You know, I've been doing this for

a really, really long time.

And I've heard...

just about everything

that anyone can imagine.

But wow, kiddo.

You... you've got first

prize 'cause...

you make it sound like it was

just three junkies hanging out

watching snuff films.


I really do not care

what it sounds like.

The problem with lyin'...

is that you gotta

keep on tellin' lies

to cover up the first one.

Pretty soon, you lose track of

what you been lyin' about.

So, where was I?

Where was I for two months?

The people I run with,

they would love nothing more

than to sell me out.

Have you interviewed them?

You mean, like eye witnesses and...

people who were there to

corroborate your story?


Why don't...

Why don't we work together, all right?

Answer some simple questions for me.

Who do you know out there

who might want to do you some harm?

Linda? Linda?


- Hey, wake up! Help me find my keys.

Get the f*ck outta here.

Can you help me fuckin' look?

Let's go. Wake up!

- We're here.

- Music.

Come on. I-I got places to be.

'Cause you are so fucking important.

Get the f*ck outta my car.

- Don't slam the...


Linda! Where the

hell have you been?

My god, Gerta. What are you, my mom?

You told me you were gonna

be gone for a few hours.

Yeah, well, I was dealing

with some shit.

Well, you could have called me, you know.

My phone died.

Listen, I'm feeding your kids breakfast

and then I'm sending them down to you.

I'm gonna need that money

you owe me today, Linda.




All right, I'll see

you later, okay?


Okay, Linda. I need

my money now.

I haven't got my check yet.

And I don't get social security

from my dead husband.


Hey! Come on! What are we doing?

Let's go. It's nap time.

Mom, but we just got up!

Yeah, I don't care.

Let's go!

- But mom...

- I don't care.

Come on.

Give me your feet.


Mommy, I want socks.

You need to man up,

little soldier.

You don't need socks anymore.



Who's there?


Where the f*ck have

you two been?

Demetri's dad never showed up,

so I had to get a sitter.

Plus, we been all over the town trying

to get these things filled.

I can't get mine 'til next week.

What's the problem?

My doctor thinks I'm jumping

and cut me off.

I got an appointment with

another doctor, but...

they just can't get

me in 'til next week.

Well, that fucks me.

Well, I'm sorry.

Can I have my money?

- What money?

- You owe me from last week.

Um-um. No, no, no.

That's not how it works.

You know that.

- Come on, Linda!

- Go to the emergency room

and get that shit filled, and

you can come back to me.

I already tried that. I

can't do it anymore.

I don't know what to tell you.

Come on, Linda.

She's really fucking bad.

Why don't you fuckin'

help her then?

Fuckin' bitches left the...


Hey! Come on, let's get up!

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Anthony Pierce

Anthony Edward Pierce (born 16 January 1941), was the Bishop of Swansea and Brecon in the Church in Wales from 1998 to 2008. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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