Case 39 (2009)
Family services social worker Emily Jenkins thinks she has seen it all until she meets her newest, most mysterious case, troubled 10-year old Lilith Sullivan.
Genre: Horror,Thriller
Director: Christian Alvart
Release Date: October 1, 2009
Producers: Steve Golin,Kevin Misher
Actors: Renee Zellweger,Jodelle Ferland,Ian McShane,Kerry O'Malley,Callum Keith Rennie,Bradley Cooper,Crystal Lowe,Adrian Lester,Georgia Craig,Cynthia Stevenson,Tiffany Lyndall-Knight,Cindy Sungu,Philip Cabrita,J. Winston Carroll,Mary Black
             
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