Mariane Pearl embarks on a frantic search to locate her journalist husband, Daniel, when he goes missing in Pakistan.

Mariane Pearl: It is not just a group of extremist Pakistani. It is a vast and international network of terrorists. And where ever there is misery, they find people. And there is misery in lots of parts of the world.
Male Guest: What abut the CIA agent, man?
Mariane Pearl: How do you mean?
Male Guest: All the American journalists are CIA agents, aren't they?
Asra: Sure. I mean, I work for the Wall Street Journal, so does that make me a CIA agent?
Male Guest: What do Americans really know about Pakistan, you know? I mean what do they know Afghanistan? A part from bombing all the time.
Asra: That's why I am a journalists, to let people know.
[last lines]
Mariane Pearl: [holding Adam for the first time] This film is for Adam.
[first lines]
Mariane Pearl: [narrating] The day after 9-11, Danny and I flew to Pakistan. He was the South Asia Bureau Chief for the Wall Street Journal, and I was working for French Public Radio. Thousands of journalist from all over the world arrived in Islamabad to cover the war in neighboring Afghanistan. On the 7th October, bombing began.
Mariane Pearl: [looking at a picture of her husband smiling while having a gun to his head] He says "fuck you" to them.
Captain: [after the two men have just watched a man be tortured] Are you okay?
Randall Bennett: [smiling nervously] Yeah.
Captain: We'll go easy on this next guy. He's a jihadi, spent time in Afghanistan. And he's a police officer.
Randall Bennett: Man, I love this town.
Mariane Pearl: And kidnappers - their point is to terrorize people. But *I* am not terrorized, and *you* can't be terrorized.

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