Beyond the break you can check out the first trailer for Not Forgotten, which was acquired by Anchor Bay for release later this year. In the film Simon Baker plays a bank manager in a U.S.-Mexico border town haunted by the death of his daughter. He and his wife approach a Latina soothsayer to find out what happened to the girl, but the old woman’s visions threaten to dredge up secrets from their tortured pasts. In addition, you’ll also find a look at the thriller The Cry of the Owl, which stars Julia Styles.
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THE CRY OF THE OWL: Based on the novel by Patricia Highsmith (The Talented Mr. Ripley), CRY OF THE OWL is the story of a troubled young man, Robert, who leaves the big city and his ex-wife for the tranquility of a small town. He finds respite from his problems by secretly watching the normal domestic life of a woman he doesn’t know through her kitchen window. But when Jenny catches Robert in the act, she doesn’t call the police. Instead she feels a strange empathy for Robert and invites him into her home. Robert is drawn into a relationship with Jenny, which has dire consequences when her boyfriend Greg finds out. Immediately suspicious of Robert, Greg makes it his mission to destroy him. But when a fight leaves Greg unconscious and missing, Robert discovers he is the number one suspect in a murder case that is slowly beginning to look like the ultimate set-up.
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