Every 9 Seconds

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Every 9 Seconds
Directed by Kenneth Fink
Written by Adam Greenman
Starring Gail O'Grady
Amy Pietz
Christopher Meloni
Cinematography Ken Kelsch
Edited by Paul Dixon
Distributed by NBC
Release date
October 12, 1997
Running time
96 minutes
Country US
Language English

Every 9 Seconds, is a 1997 television film directed by Kenneth Fink. It stars former NYPD Blue co-star, Gail O'Grady, Amy Pietz, and former Law & Order: Special Victims Unit star, Christopher Meloni. The film debuted on NBC on October 12, 1997 at 9/8c. The film occasionally re-airs on Lifetime as well as its sister channel Lifetime Movie Network.

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The films deal with a woman named Carrie (Amy Pietz), a crisis line worker searching for Janet (O'Grady), an abused woman who calls the hotline trying to proclaim revenge against her abusive ex-husband, Richard (Christopher Meloni). Another story deals with another teen who declines help from the crisis center and is attacked not long after by her abusive boyfriend.

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