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Mike follows a clue that leads to two local criminals while Brian follows a different line of investigation and finds that the bodies were dumped in an area called "The Killing Fields".When Ann is kidnapped by the serial-killer, Brian seeks her out alone in the dangerous land.HOUSTON - Texas City High School senior Brandy Vela took her own life Tuesday afternoon.Her family says despite being well-loved and having a lot of friends, none of it helped when it came to what they call the "relentless bullying" that led to her eventual death.Brandy Vela's final text to her family was: "I love you so much just remember that please and I'm so sorry for everything.""I was the first one here," said Jacqueline Vela, Brandy's older sister, describing the last moments she had with her.Jacqueline, 22, said she tried everything she could to save her 18-year-old sister Tuesday.While in real life there have been numerous itinerant serial killers involved over the years, the film focuses on specific local Texas City suspects.Homicide detectives Mike (Sam Worthington) and Brian (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) investigate the murder of a girl and the disappearance of a young woman.

When they leave the crime scene where a body was found, Brian brings the girl Ann Sliger (Chloe Grace Moretz) that is on probation to the house of her dysfunctional family and delivers the neglected Ann to her careless mother.

The locations in the bayous show an American reality that is not well- explored in Amereican films.

The cast has great actors and actresses and the performances are excellent.

Then they are called by Detective Pam Stall (Jessica Chastain), who is Mike's ex-wife, to help her to investigating a case of missing woman, but the case is outside their jurisdiction.

However, they join Pam in her investigation while the family man Brian tries to help Ann and protect the girl against the abusive friends of her mother.Then there was this very well reflected thought courtesy of one reader on the web that made me wonder as well: I think that this is so sad.