Every 9 Seconds
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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.
|Every 9 Seconds|
|Directed by||Kenneth Fink|
|Written by||Adam Greenman|
|Edited by||Paul Dixon|
|October 12, 1997|
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.