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Film: Ties That Bind 2010
Ties That Bind is a 2010 Made-for-TV Movie combining Mystery, Crime, and Thriller. It is directed by Frédéric D'Amours, written by J.B. White, and starred Kristanna Loken, Warren Christie, and Kristen Hager.

Hope Webster (Kristanna Loken) finds herself leaving the comfort of her suburban life for New York City in order to settle the affairs of her best friend Rachel Thomas (Kristen Hager) who has just been murdered. Little does she know that she is being sucked into a vortex of intrigue, where nothing is what it appears to be - including what happened to Rachel - a vortex that ultimately becomes a fight for Hope's life. Not to mention she has to deal with Peter Wilson (Warren Christie), who has "attractive, dangerous man" written all over him.

Should not be confused with the books The Ties That Bind by Vanessa Duriès, Star Wars: Jedi Apprentice: The Ties That Bind and Ties That Bind by Guy Baldwin. Should not be confused with the Fan Fic Ties That Bind. Should not be confused with the songs The Ties That Bind by Bruce Springsteen and Ties That Bind by Alter Bridge. Should not be confused with the Andromeda episode "The Ties That Bind", the Battlestar Galactica (Reimagined) episode "The Ties That Bind", the Jeeves and Wooster episode "The Ties That Bind", the Justice League Unlimited episode "The Ties That Bind", the The O.C. episode "The Ties That Bind", the Revolution episode "Ties That Bind", theStargate SG-1 episode "The Ties That Bind", the The Vampire Diaries episode "The Ties That Bind", and the Xena: Warrior Princess episode "Ties That Bind". Should not be confused with the animated tie-in for Street Fighter IV titled Street Fighter IV The Ties That Bind. Should not be confused with the Documentary The Ties That Bind 1985, and the Thriller Ties That Bind 2006. Should not be confused with the Video Game The Suffering: Ties That Bind.

This film provides examples of:

  • Faking the Dead: Rachel Thomas turns out to be not so dead after all.
  • Love Interest: Peter Wilson is this for Hope Webster.
  • Police Are Useless: Hope Webster actually has to go to the crime scene and do all the work and investigation herself.

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