FBI agent Carol Blue was unwilling to take local help in the case of the kidnapping of little Zoe Hendricks, but ex-cop Chris Milos’ private investigation bureau proves just too good. His dog handler, Brenna Shaw, and her Alsatian, Brie, find the kidnapper holding Zoe and dropping the kid in the water on purpose so he can escape. They soon conclude it’s not a ransom case but more personal, are contacted under the Biblical name Gideon ‘judge’, and get caught up in his macabre, vindictive games and gruesome logic…
User Reviews: I’m referring to «This movie is an insult to real handlers and their dogs., 22 October 2002 — Author: TC-4 ([email protected])» I might candidly agree to all the «technical» arguments regarding dogs training. To a layman like me, they seem founded. But aren’t they a bit too «limited», precisely by the dog training experience ? I mean, isn’t that movie judged ONLY through that prism ? I would have wanted a personal opinion about the other aspects of that movie. There must be some… even if it’s by no means the «greatest movie for TV ever made»! Personally, I found it «original» BECAUSE of the roles played by the dogs. Also, who but other «dog experts» could or would agree with the flaws denounced — however accurate they are…? And I would tend to think that they really ARE! As a layman, of course. Cheers!