Released: November 7th 2008 Genre: Drama Rating: Not Yet Rated Trailer: Click here The Film - Leslie, a teenage girl, struggles with a hand to mouth existence on the streets of San Diego with only her childhood friend Donnie to look after her, both of them trying to cope with the trauma of having been abducted and held captive by two men nine years earlier. The Verdict - There is no fixed number on how many innocent children go missing each year, disappearing from their homes, friends and families, some never to be seen, heard from or found ever again. But what's more important then statistics is that there is still a terrifying and alarmingly big crack that has torn apart both our own personal and social securities, which continues to let such barbaric and sickening crimes happen. Gardens Of The Night puts us into the shoes of Leslie and Donnie, two children who were abducted and held captive by two strange men. Forced to grow up as quickly as they could; in order to keep up with the harsh streets of San Diego and it's demands, Leslie and Donnie swear to keep a promise to never leave the others side. Now 9 years later the thrown together brother and sister are teenagers,struggling to find peace and absolution in their world that is still haunted by the nightmares of their kidnappings. In search of an answer, the film follows Leslie as she tries to re piece her lost childhood and find her biological parents by enlisting the help of child psychiatrist John Malkovich. A rather heartbreaking,life affirming and compelling drama, Gardens Of The Night avoids the heartstrings and goes right for the gut! But more importantly, Gardens Of The Night is the worryingly true to life story that thousands of missing children won't be coming home to tell! It is truly an eye opening experience and a must see! For Those Who Like - Being John Malkovich, Me and You and Everyone We Know, Spun, Garden State, Wrist Cutters, Good Dick