Young black kid lives on street is kidnapped by acouple that currenty have two children who they molest. The black boy is now the victim is a big play/toy room for children whith a camera crane attatched to ceiling. The boy uses a cellphone to call for help in which a blonde shows up and relizes that there are no pictures of children in the apartment and find the little boy wraped in plastic in a closet.
Running Scared is a 2006 German-American crime thriller film written and directed by Wayne Kramer, and starring Paul Walker, Cameron Bright, and Vera Farmiga. It was released in the United States on February 24, 2006. (Wikipedia)
Sweet! Thanks man, I would have never found it for i was looking into the wrong actors.
You are welcome! Paul Walker turns up in surprising places!
I was thinking it was Claire forlani but it was Elizibeth Mitchell.
I had to think a minute. Saw it once a few years ago. Love movies and remember most i watch!
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