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Where Are the Children? (1986)

directed by Bruce Malmuth
featuring Jill Clayburgh, Max Gail, Harley Cross, Elisabeth Harnois, Barnard Hughes, Elizabeth Wilson

About this title: In this melodrama that emphasizes emotion and a convoluted plot, Nancy Eldridge (Jill Clayburgh) has remarried after her divorce and is trying to recuperate from the tragedy of the deaths of her two children during her previous marriage. That means when her children by current husband Clay (Max Gail) are kidnapped, she is particularly distraught. When the identity of the kidnapper becomes clear, more facts about the past and the present are revealed, as events carry emotionally charged scenes to a larger-than-life ending. Eleanor Mannikka, Rovi

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