Karen McCann Sally Field turns to vigilante justice when a criminal Kiefer Sutherland rapes and murders her eldest daughter. A woman and her husband are kissing in bed it appears to be foreplay ; he's bare-chested and she's in a camisole. We see brief images of a man choking a girl, raping her no nudity, but thrusting is seen , hitting her and throwing her around while she screams. A man is shot; we see bloody bullet holes and his lifeless body. A man beats another and threatens him with a gun. We see a man bringing an ice sculpture down on a girl's head. We briefly glimpse photos of a corpse.
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However, one night Sandy is found dead, with the only clues remaining being records of cell phone calls made the night she was murdered. Jake sets out to avenge Sandy's death by risking everything and walking a bloody path to find her killer. Mark Holcomb of The Village Voice gave the film a negative review, writing, "Ren is at least savvy enough to make Naked Eye' s pulp inspirations plain But there are dozens of better, riskier, more interesting films that go unreleased every year—why this militantly dull effort is taking their place is its only worthwhile mystery. Club stated that the film's cultural twist was interesting, but ultimately called the film a derivative of Miller's Sin City. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
It's about an ordinary woman who is led to seek blood revenge, in a plot where the deck is stacked so blatantly it's shameless. It's ironic that this movie is being released at the same time as " Dead Man Walking. The movie stars Sally Field as Karen, a mother whose teenage daughter is raped and killed, in a particularly horrifying scene, early in the movie. The daughter calls for help, and Karen actually hears the attack over the telephone - and then tries to race home, gets stuck in traffic and is trapped in a nightmare scene where other drivers refuse her request to use a mobile phone. She arrives home to a crime scene. Karen is shattered, and turns for comfort to her husband Ed Harris and their young daughter. All the evidence points to him, even the DNA and semen samples.
The story was adapted from Erika Holzer 's novel of the same name. The film opened on January 12, Karen McCann is happily married to Mack and has two daughters, year-old Julie from Karen's previous marriage and six-year-old Megan with Mack. She lives in a lovely two-story home in Pacific Palisades, California and has a good job in a museum. Karen's perfect world is suddenly shattered when Julie is violently raped and murdered while Karen listens helplessly on the phone from her car. He encourages the McCanns to seek counseling. At a support group , they meet people in similar circumstances, including Albert and Regina Gratz, and Sidney Hughes. During the meeting, Karen overhears Albert talking to Sidney about something which alarms Regina. At the trial it is clear Doob is guilty, but because the defense did not receive a sample of the DNA evidence, the judge dismisses the case. Karen and Mack are dumbstruck as Doob walks free.