9 November 2020 | Ed-Shullivan
I applied to the Guinness book of records for executing the longest yawn
What a boring film. A lady named Elle Whitland (Michelle Mylett) is involved and living with her boyfriend Billy Johnson (Jacob Blair) who wants to marry her after being in a year long relationship but Elle is reluctant at such an early stage in their relationship to say yes to Billy's marriage proposal.
Elle experienced a traumatic experience years earlier when her best friend was abducted in a van right in front of her whilst the two girls were walking home from school which led Elle to suffer from long term PTSD (Post-traumatic stress disorder) and she remains under care by a psychiatrist named Dr. Kilmeade (Richard Nash).
It seems that every character in this rather boring made for TV film other than Elle's sister and the two detectives are suspects, and the film even allows for the suspicion based on the undecided multiple alternative movie titles "The Alleged Abduction" and/or "Was I Really Kidnapped?" that there was no abduction and the sequence of events outlined in all the characters flashbacks are in Elle's imagination. heck, even her Pharmacist who fills out her psychiatrists prescriptions is considered a suspect. This in my opinion is a lousy and amateur way to make a film evolve by simply outlining that every character included in this film could be the actual perpetrator.
By the time the mystery is solved I said to myself, "who cares how this crappy film ends" The acting is below par, the writing is amateurish, and the ending could not come soon enough. I give the film a less than stellar 4 out of 10 IMDB rating.