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The Cold Light Of Day

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When his family falls prey to kidnappers while on holiday in Spain, Wall Street whiz kid Will Shaw frantically sets out to get them back.

 

Year: 2012

Duration: 1hr 33m

 

Director: Mabrouk El Mechri

 

Cast: Henry Cavill, Sigourney Weaver, Bruce Willis, Verónica Echegui, Joseph Mawle, Caroline Goodall, Rafi Gavron, Emma Hamilton

 

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"The Cold Light Of Day" was produced by Film Rites, Galavis Film, Picture Machine, Intrepid Pictures, Fria Luz Del Dia and A.I.E. with a budget of $20m. With it's initial release on April 4th 2012 it made approximately $16.86m at the Box Office.

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