Relative Fear Trailer

Relative Fear Trailer (1995)

"Trusting your children can be deadly." 03 October 1995 Drama, Thriller 90 mins

Linda and Peter Pratman's son Adam is autistic, but they still love him and hope that he'll at least start talking some day. However he's teased and abused by the kids of the neighborhood and his grandpa . When several people around Adam die an unexpected death, his parents start to suspect Adam - is he just simulating to be so ignorant about his environment?

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Darlanne Fluegel

as Linda Pratman

James Brolin

as Det. Atwater

Martin Neufeld

as Peter Pratman

Denise Crosby

as Connie Madison

M. Emmet Walsh

as Earl Ladelle

Matthew Dupuis

as Adam Pratman


International Titles

The Child Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 03 October 1995

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