Marian, Again

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Marian, Again
Directed by David Drury
Written by Ben Court
Starring Stephen Tompkinson
Owen Teale
Samantha Beckinsale
Kelly Harrison
Paul Copley
Stuart McQuarrie
Running time
99 min.
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Marian, Again is a 2005 British psychological thriller film directed by David Drury.

The film is based on the kidnapping of Colleen Stan.[1] It is also similar to the cases of Marc Dutroux and Natascha Kampusch.[1]

Plot summary[edit]

Fifteen years after her disappearance, Chris Bevan (Stephen Tompkinson) encounters his first love, Marian Walsh (Kelly Harrison) once again. Now a married father of three daughters, he'd finally learned to accept Marian's disappearance and move on; until now. Intrigued and confused, he is eager to know the reasoning behind her sudden departure all those years ago. What he doesn't know is that she was abducted by Bernie, (Owen Teale) a creepy regular at her father's D.I.Y. store. After years of physical and mental torture at the hands of Bernie, Marian is now a shadow of her wild former self and is convinced her name is Susie (a persona Bernie groomed her into believing). Chris must now fight to save the woman he loved but it is a lot more difficult than he first suspected.


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  1. ^ a b "Gefangen im Dunkel" (in German). Retrieved 10 May 2014. 

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