NETFLIX fans have been left in shock at new true crime film Believe Me: The Abduction of Lisa McVey and its tale of kidnap and rape.
The gripping real life movie brings with it an impressive cast, lead by Katie Douglas.
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Who in the cast of Believe Me: The Abduction of Lisa McVey?
Katie Douglas as Lisa McVey
Lisa McVey, who was abducted when she was 17, is played in the film by Katie Douglas.
In 2021 the 22-year-old Canadian actress was known for her role as Ginny’s friend Abby in Ginny and Georgia on Netflix.
Katie has also been in Spooksville and Mary Kills People.
Rossif Sutherland as Bobby Joe Long
Evil serial killer Bobby Joe Long is played by actor Rossif Sutherland.
He’s known for being in River, Guest of Honour, Hyena Road, Reign and High Life.
Rossif comes from Hollywood royalty as his dad is Donald Sutherland and his brother is Keifer.
David James Elliott as Sgt Larry Pinkerton
The detective who believes Lisa's story is Sergeant Larry Pinkerton.
He is played by Canadian actor David James Elliott.
The star is best known as lead character, Harmon Rabb Jr, in JAG.
He also starred in 2020 Netflix drama Spinning Out.
Megan Fahlenbock as Betty
Megan Fahlenbock plays Lisa’s mother Betty.
The Canadian actress has worked in animation and has also had a few film roles.
Megan is best known for her voice roles as Gwen on Total Drama, Jen Masterson on 6teen, and Eva Kant in Diabolik.
How can I watch Believe Me: The Abduction of Lisa McVey?
The film is on Netflix right now.
The movie runs for just under an hour and a half.
You can watch the trailer at the top of this article.
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