Stolen from Suburbia (2015)

TV-14   |    |  Drama

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A single mother from the suburbs searches for her kidnapped daughter before human traffickers sell her on the international market.




  • Olivia d'Abo in Stolen from Suburbia (2015)
  • Cynthia Watros in Stolen from Suburbia (2015)
  • Stolen from Suburbia (2015)
  • Stolen from Suburbia (2015)
  • Olivia d'Abo in Stolen from Suburbia (2015)
  • Sydney Sweeney in Stolen from Suburbia (2015)

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3 September 2015 | busaff
| Two steps above normal Lifetime woman-in-jeopardy film
Another Sunday.

Another Lifetime woman-in-jeopardy film.

But this one is two steps above your average Lifetime thriller.

The hot button subject matter is sex trafficking but writer/director Alex Wright tells a compelling story without falling into exploitation on one side and preaching on the other side.

The primarily female cast is good. Sydney Sweeney, a grizzled veteran ingénue, is compelling as the daughter. Brooke Nevin is suitably driven as the investigator.

Cynthia Watros has done light comedy well (Drew Carey Show), performed melodrama (Lost) as well as any actor could follow that plot, and can now add thriller lead to her list of actress skills. Her character was intense and fearless as the mother.

Olivia d'Abo having sparred with Inspector Goren on many an episode of "Law and Order: Criminal Intent" gives a different, more chilling, level of evil as the bad guy. As close to full-blown Alan Rickman as you are going to get in a Lifetime thriller.

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$3,000,000 (estimated)

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