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Bond of Silence

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Bond of Silence
GenreThriller
Screenplay by
  • Brian D. Young
  • Edithe Swensen
  • Teena Booth
Directed byPeter Werner
Starring
Music by
  • Scott Schirle
  • Derek Syverud
Country of originCanada
United States
Original languageEnglish
Production
Executive producers
ProducerBrian D. Young (co-producer)
Cinematography
  • Sergei Bachlakov (photography)
  • Terry Lewis (scenography)
  • Micah Pridham (costume design)
  • Russell Brady (makeup artist)
  • Jayne Dancose (makeup artist)
EditorDavid Beatty
Running time98 minutes
Production companiesBauman Entertainment, Jaffe/Braunstein Films, Lifetime Television
DistributorLifetime Television
Release
Picture format1.33:1
Original release
  • August 23, 2010 (2010-08-23) (United States)

Bond of Silence is a 2010 Lifetime Television thriller television film directed by Peter Werner and starring Kim Raver. It is inspired by a true story.[1]

Plot

On New Year's Eve in 1997, Shane Batesman organizes a big party to which he invites all his friends and classmates, but around 200 guests show up. In the house across the street, the McIntoshes are also celebrating with some friends, but they are disturbed by the noise and Bob the householder decides to go looking for Shane to ask him to turn the volume down. Bob is unable to find Shane, who had gone off to buy more alcohol for the unexpected guests, and finds himself in what is presumably the bedroom of Shane's parents. Here, a group of boys have secluded themselves away to drink and take drugs. Bob, knowing Shane's father, asks the boys to get out but they react badly, attacking him. Bob is found on the ground severely injured, and the intervention of the ambulance is useless. He dies during the ride to hospital.

Katy, Bob's widow, is distraught. After learning that her husband did not die of a heart attack as was initially assumed, but was murdered, she seeks justice. She presses on Jackson, the detective, to find the culprit. They come up against the silence of the boys and their parents, who do everything to protect them. The community is also opposed to Katy because they feel she is persecuting innocent young people, who the community feels could never do anything wrong. Just when Katy thinks about throwing in the towel, one of the boys sends an anonymous email in which Katy provides details that shed new light on the investigations: the spy is Jordan, who has realized that her boyfriend Ryan is hiding something.

Ryan is arrested but at first does not want to answer questions from the police. Then Katy convinces him to tell the truth about the incident and promises that in return he will have all her support. Ryan decides to confess, and admits that he was the one who hit Bob repeatedly and kicked him, while his friends only shoved him. He blames the influence of alcohol. Ryan was sentenced to five years in prison and, once released, he and Katy start speaking at high schools to warn young people about the dangers of excessive alcohol consumption.

Cast

Production

The film was shot in the Canadian city of Victoria, British Columbia.

Distribution

The film was released in the United States on 23 August 2010 by Lifetime Television. In 2012, it was released in Europe and was distributed in the Netherlands, Sweden, Spain, Hungary and France. In Italy, it premiered on 3 June 2012 on Sky Cinema Passion.

References

  1. ^ Cooper, Jackie K. (August 16, 2010). "Bond of Silence : A Solid Role For Kim Raver | HuffPost". HuffPost. United States. Retrieved August 7, 2020.

External links

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