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Rachel Stevenson is a legal secretary a job she pursued to avenge the fact her childhood abductor Elijah Matthews escaped justice due to legal technicality The story is told in flashback to her policeman rescuers after a surprise run in with Elijah in the company lift she discovers her law firm is defending him on a charge of abducting Emily another little girl who has never been found When Rachel looks into her own and Emilys cases further she uncovers a massive pedophile ring full of powerful people being knowingly concealed by her law firm She tracks down Emily but is unknowingly followed by the ring who use the position of its member and CCTV to track her down She is caught by its leader her law firm boss as she tries to free Emily who is being held at his house but after a close call she is rescued by the police Emily is returned to her family and we assume the story ends well She is then seen finishing her statement to the police Just as she is about to leave we see the logo of the ring on the policemans arm Cinematic ideas Use of fast cut canted shots when Rachel sees Elijah in the lift to connote disorientation Periodic cuts to CCTV cameras showing the rings omnipotence and ruthlessness of pursuit Sets up and unrestricted narrative Low key lighting on police interview scenes to show spilt personality of Policeman Genre specific to thrillers Use of a childs music box as a sound motif to symbolize Emily Audience becomes aware that when they hear this the case is developing Members of the ring identifiable by the law firms logo- provides a visual clue for the audience to be aware of and feel as if they are part of the detection Rachels POV shots used regularly to help the audience identify with her and feel persecuted Allies audience with Rachel and makes the
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