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Title:
Faces in the crowd
Author:
Magnat, Julien.
Publication Information:
[United States] : Millennium Entertainment, [2011]

©2011
Physical Description:
1 videodisc (102 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Summary:
A woman is attacked by a vicious serial killer and survives, but she is unable to identify him because she suffers from prosopagnosia, or 'face-blindness', the inability to recognize faces and facial features. Any person in her life, even friends or family, could possibly be the killer, but she is unable to tell which one because they look different to her every time she sees them. As she struggles with her problem, the killer could strike again at any time.
General Note:
Title from sell sheet.
Language:
English
Reading Level:
Rating: R.
ISBN:
9781616661021
UPC:
687797134790
Format :
DVD

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An elementary school teacher survives a savage attack by a notorious serial killer, and struggles to identify him after being stricken with a bizarre neurological disorder that prevents her from recognizing people's faces. When Anna Marchant (Milla Jovovich) was attacked by the killer known as Tearjerk Jack, a blow to the head left her stricken with prosopagnosia. Commonly known as face-blindness, it's a psychological affliction that renders even one's closest relatives unrecognizable. Now, with only her sense of hearing to go on as the hunt for Tearjerk Jack intensifies, Anna joins Detective Kerrest (Julian McMahon) in attempting to track down the elusive madman before he strikes again. Meanwhile, Tearjerk Jack has no problem recognizing Anna, and he's determined to silence her before she can turn him in to the police. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi