Still Small Voices (2007)





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A 911 operator receives a desperate call from a terrified child, and attempts to solve the mystery of a young girl who vanished 30 years ago without a trace. In the wake of losing her own child, Michael Summer (Catherine Bell) quickly returns to work. After Michael receives a disturbing call 911 call from a defenseless child, she begins experiencing visions that lead her to believe a missing girl from Starlight, Pennsylvania didn't drown as reported, but was instead kidnapped. Now the closer Michael gets to the truth, the less clear it becomes whether her visions are real, or the disturbing projections of a damaged mind.
Horror , Mystery & Suspense , Television
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A & E Home Entertainment

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Catherine Bell
as Michael Summer
Damir Andrei
as Bud Atherton
George Buza
as Terrance Reed
Lawrence Z. Dane
as Henry Waiverly
Barbara Gordon
as Silva Waiverly
Deborah Grover
as Ann Hartley
Heidi Hayes
as Lisa Pinkham
Charles Martin Smith
as Burton Hayes
Emily Swiss
as Carrie Waiverly
Colleen Williams
as Alice Lipton
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It's not often I find a Lifetime movie I can actually sit through, but this one actually isn't half bad. The caliber of the acting is much stronger than I generally expect from these movies, and the story kept me interested throughout because it wasn't half as predictable as the crap that airs on this channel usually is. I'm not saying I'd be in a big rush to buy this on DVD, but it's worth sitting through.

Amanda Hendsbee
Amanda Hendsbee

I was surprised, it's got a little Sci-Fi theme going on in it. It has a great plot, the acting was good, and it had a unpredictable and happy ending.

Pete Skeris
Pete Skeris

I signed up for Flixter just for this movie. Above all the oscar winners and such - and I'm not saying this is an oscar winning film, but for the money (0 $) I don't see how you could expect to find anything more entertaining, or as touching. Plot twists abound, the story just grabs you, the acting is first rate... man, how does Lifetime come through with this kinda stuff? I see many run of the mill movies that they put out, at least it's family orientated often enough - and that's rare today. But this last week I've seen a couple of movies, one factual ( Homeless to Harvard) and this one - well, it just is so good it's hard to put it in words. I'm no puritan (my wife is though!) - but I just like this kind of programming and movice so much now, that I just don't care to watch much else. Thank you for this movie, this story, and the actors that contributed - and the director of course. I give 1/2 an oscar to all of them!

Kevin Wells
Kevin Wells

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