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John Cusack, Ryan Phillippe and more star in abduction thriller Reclaim

Nov. 1, 2013by: Eric Walkuski

Recently announced as entering production, RECLAIM is a new suspense-thriller inspired by real-life events, with a cast that includes John Cusack, Ryan Phillippe, Rachel Lefevre and Jacki Weaver.

Written by Luke Davies and set to be directed by commercial director Alan White, RECLAIM has just moved into the production stage, with principal shooting taking place in Puerto Rico.

Here's the plot breakdown:

RECLAIM is a story of shocking twists and turns that starts out with Steven (RYAN PHILLIPPE) and Shannon (RACHELLE LEFEVRE), a young, happy-go-lucky American couple, who travel to Puerto Rico to finalize the adoption of their new seven-year-old daughter, a Haitian orphan named Nina. Charmed by the picturesque island and eager to bond with their new daughter, Steven and Shannon take advantage of their time in Puerto Rico to explore the idyllic coast and see the sights as a family, confident they are just days from returning home to begin their new lives together.

Events take an alarming turn, however, when Steven clashes with an intimidating local (JOHN CUSACK) and things go from strange to absolutely terrifying when Nina disappears from her bed one night. Despite frantic efforts to recover their daughter, the young couple hit roadblock after roadblock and become increasingly desperate once their trusted connection from the adoption agency (JACKI WEAVER) also goes missing. Their only ally seems to be Commandante Diaz (LUIS GUZMN). As the couple find themselves further entwined in a perplexing web of lies and confusion, their own relationship begins to unravel and things take an even more startling turn toward the unexpected.

Paradox Entertainment will be producing, while Arclight Films is reaping the project at AFM.


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