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Relative Fear (also known as The Child and Le silence d'Adam) is a 1994 Canadian, independent, psychological horror film that references the 1956 film The Bad Seed. An autistic child is seemingly born to kill, and so he does.
- The Child (Canada: English title)
- Le silence d'Adam (Canada: French title)
- Al límit de la por (Spain: Catalan title)
- Pelon paikka (Finland)
- Rejtélyes félelem (Hungary)
- Wiege des Terrors (Germany)
- Le petit ange (France)
- "Fear has a new face"
- "Murder is in his blood"
- "Trusting your children can be deadly"
- "Adam is a five year old with a terrifying secret"
- Silent Fall
- The Pit
- The Bad Seed
- Psychological horror
- Supernatural horror
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