On March 29, Jodie Foster opens in a film about a recently divorced mother who picks up and leaves tranquil Greenwich, Conn., with her daughter for a state-of-the-art townhouse on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. On their very first night under their new roof, three violent intruders break in, and mother and daughter scramble into a Read More
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