PG-13 | | Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi
After being told that their children never existed, a man and woman soon discover there is a much bigger enemy at work.
One of the NSA agents' name is Al Petalis. Petalis is Latin for petal (as in flower petal). Rose petals are traditionally a symbol for love and devotion and can also be a symbol of motherhood -- the two main themes of the movie.
Dr. Jack Munce:
How much time did you spend at the dresser compared to last week?
Telly Paretta: Less.
Dr. Jack Munce: How much less?
Telly Paretta: I don't know exactly.
Dr. Jack Munce: You wanna make a guess, roughly, for the week?
Telly Paretta: Oh, not even an hour a day.
Julianne Moore's character is placed in the NSA agents' vehicle, which was shown to have New York license plates. Unless the agents were allowed the use of an NYPD or other state or local agency vehicle, the car should have white "US Government" license plates.
(Jan 2009) The network cable versions have changed the plot by removing all mention of the children being involved in a plane crash. Instead, the "died" in a bus crash. The word "bus" is dubbed in throughout. Newspaper articles are edited to reflect this. Also, the company "Quest Airline" is edited in dialog and on screen as simply "Quest".
$21,022,111 26 September 2004
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