Jill then calls LaPointe, who gives her directions to a location in Forest Park. Since the killer leaves no trace, the police don't have any evidence and can't help her. . Jill disposes of the revolver and returns home, finding Molly okay, along with Powers, Lonsdale, and Hood. She and her friend Sharon Ames are generously tipped by a regular customer. Jill visits Sharon, and learns that LaPointe is the generous tipper from the diner.
Jill, having escaped from a kidnapping a year before, is convinced that the same serial killer has come back and taken Molly. A year later, Jill now works as a waitress in a local diner on the. He intends to kill her with the same piece of bone that Jill stabbed him with in her initial escape. This section's plot summary may be. LaPointe admits that Molly has been bound and gagged under their house the whole time, and he only used Molly to lure Jill into the trap.
She starts climbing up the rope ladder to get away, but LaPointe grabs her foot and attempts to pull her back down. As Molly is terrified at the ordeal, Jill whispers to her that LaPointe is dead. She then manages to climb away and extracts the rope ladder, trapping LaPointe in the hole. Will she have enough time to find and outwit him, expose his secrets and save her sister? Molly's boyfriend, Billy , tells her that he hasn't heard from Molly, and later that she didn't show up for the exam. Jill is spotted by the police who pursue her through Portland, but she escapes back to Sharon's house.
Sharon gives her LaPointe's phone number and against Sharon's judgment, Jill leaves with the phone number. Jill pours a can of kerosene into the hole. Powers and Lonsdale are shocked when they hear Molly's story, finally believing what they have heard from Jill. LaPointe emerges from an alcove from within the hole and grabs Jill, pulling her into the hole. Ray Bozeman , Sergeant Powers , and Detective Erica Lonsdale dismiss her claims, trying to look for any other reason for Molly to be missing, believing that it's all in Jill's head. Much earlier, Jill was kidnapped by a brutal who put her in a deep vertical hole somewhere in Portland's 5,100-acre.
Jill goes to the hardware store, and learns that Digger's real name is Jim LaPointe and that he's staying at a rundown hotel. When the Portland police are unable to find the hole, and discover that Jill had been committed to a psychiatric institution after her parents' death, they believe the abduction only happened in Jill's head, and sent Jill back to a psychiatric facility. Please by removing unnecessary details and making it more concise. They also learn Jill is to meet the kidnapper, but they don't know where that is to happen. Jill interrogates her neighbors and learns that a van with a locksmith company's name on it parked in front of her house in the middle of the night. Director: Heitor Dhalia Writer: Allison Burnett Stars: Amanda Seyfried, Jennifer Carpenter and Wes Bentley.
Jill kicks LaPointe to keep him away, then grabs her revolver and shoots him. Jill found human remains, used one of the bones to stab her abductor, and escaped from the hole, using his rope ladder. Inside are the pictures LaPointe had taken of each of his victims, bound and gagged, including Jill herself. Afraid that Molly will be dead by sunrise, Jill sets out alone on a nail-biting chase to come face-to-face with the killer. After narrowly eluding the police, Jill heads to the hotel, and breaks into LaPointe's room, where she finds duct tape, pet food like that which she was given by her kidnapper, and matches from the diner where she works. Jill locates a small campsite and finds pictures of LaPointe's prior victims, and at the same time, Molly breaks the duct tape off of her hands, and escapes, only to discover she has been concealed under her house all along. Nick reports Jill's gun-waving behavior to the police, who then want to arrest Jill, as her time in the psychiatric facility means she can not legally possess a weapon.
When Nick denies any knowledge, Jill breaks into the van, where she finds a receipt from a hardware store for things that the killer would use. Returning home from the shift, Jill is shocked to discover Molly is missing, as she was to take an exam the next day and wanted Jill to wake her early. Some time later, Bozeman, in his office, receives an anonymous package. An included map indicates the spot in Forest Park where the police can find the hole. Realizing how wrong he was about Jill, Bozeman calls Powers into his office to investigate the new leads. After shooting LaPointe a third time in the leg so that he cannot stand, Jill demands he tell her where Molly is, on a promise of not shooting him again.
Jill borrows Sharon's car to avoid the police and save Molly. The department's newest homicide detective, Peter Hood , tells her that he believes her, giving Jill his card in case she needs any help about the case. Jill is then convinced the serial killer who took her has now taken Molly. Jill Parrish comes home from a night shift to discover her sister Molly has been abducted. Jill finds the company it belongs to and talks to owner Henry Massey Ted Rooney and the van's driver, Massey's son Nick. Desperate, Jill kicks LaPointe to break his hold and shoots him again. Jill finds the hole where LaPointe held her captive.
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