All Genres: Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Release Year: 2009
Director: Deon Taylor
Writing by: Diana Erwin – writer
Michael J. Pagan – writer
Deon Taylor – writer
Produced by: Roxanne Avent – executive producer
Chad Cole – co-producer
Steve Cubine – co-executive producer
Skip Davis – associate producer
Ron Gell – co-producer
Nesim Hason – executive producer
Steak House – line producer
Dominic Ottersbach – associate producer
Michael J. Pagan – producer
Todd Slater – executive producer
Deon Taylor – producer
Cast: Nikki Reed – Jessie Campbell
Keith David – Det. Jim Crenshaw
Brad Dourif – Mr. Smirker
Betsy Russell – Sergeant Hamill
Ling Bai – Jai Pham
Matt Cohen – Johnny Jones
Cherilyn Wilson – Rachael Conners
Noah Segan – Dante
Brian Tee – Brian Yee
Clifton Powell – Coach
Michael Bailey Smith – Chain man
Music: Vincent Gillioz
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Plot Outline: A social worker (Zellweger) fights to save a girl from her abusive parents, only to discover that the situation is more dangerous than she ever expected.
Plot: “Case 39″ centers on an idealistic social worker who saves an abused 10-year-old girl from her parents only to discover that the girl is not as innocent as she thinks.
Lillith Sullivan: Me.
Douglas J. Ames: You scare yourself?
Lillith Sullivan: Sometimes.
Douglas J. Ames: Why? What about yourself scares you?
Lillith Sullivan: I have bad thoughts.
Douglas J. Ames: About what?
Lillith Sullivan: People.
Douglas J. Ames: People in general or… certain people?
Lillith Sullivan: Certain people.
Douglas J. Ames: Like who?
Lillith Sullivan: You.
Douglas J. Ames: You have bad thoughts about me? Why?
Lillith Sullivan: I just do.
Douglas J. Ames: Did I do something or say something that upset you?
Lillith Sullivan: It's just… the way you are.
Douglas J. Ames: How am I?
Lillith Sullivan: Facile.
Douglas J. Ames: Facile? Pfff… do you even know what that means?
Lillith Sullivan: Easily comprehended, often lacking sincerity or depth. You're smug to… want me to tell you what that means?
Douglas J. Ames: Uhm, If I… seem smug or facile, I want…
Lillith Sullivan: Don't apologize.
Douglas J. Ames: Why not?
Lillith Sullivan: You're a grown-up… it's embarrassing.