Abducted In Plain Sight

Abducted In Plain Sight

By Skye Borgman

  • Genre: Documentary
  • Release Date: 2018-10-16
  • Advisory Rating: NR
  • Runtime: 1h 30min
  • Director: Skye Borgman
  • Production Company: Top Knot Films
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • iTunes Price: USD 6.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 0.99
From 51 Ratings


A true crime documentary that tells the twisting, turning story of the Broberg's, a naïve, church going, Idaho family that fall under the spell of a sociopathic neighbor who will stop at nothing to be with their 12 year old daughter.




  • Holy hell....literally

    By Lora SD
    My only complaint about this documentary is that a major player was entirely left out of the telling. I would have liked for the filmmaker to delve deeper into the role that religion played into this ordeal. Were they fundamentalist LDS? Why did the parents allow this man around their pre-teen daughter? Why did they even consider allowing him to marry her? Both parents were involved sexually with the man who abducted their daughter? I don't think naivety fully explains the parents actions towards this man. It's absolutely unfathomable.
  • Speechless

    By Kristin1714
    It’s well made and interesting, but I only gave it 3 stars because the story itself is so disturbing. I don’t think I’ve ever heard of a more bizarre occurrence. I’m glad that Jan was able to turn her trauma around for good by speaking in order to help others. However, the lack of parental wisdom and protection left me completely speechless. Jan is very courageous and strong not only by helping others but by being open to keeping her relationship with her parents intact. God bless you, Jan.
  • Abducted...Terrible

    By 5280girl
    All I can say about this movie is titillating. I would not recommend renting or buying this movie.
  • Terrific doc!

    By mcomp72
    This was incredibly well done. If you're a fan of true crime documentaries, definitely give this one a look!
  • What Stupidity

    By jeffyhockey
    What a stupid family. Pity the poor fools for allowing the evil into their lives.
  • Hyper-religiousity at it's finest...

    By Lost_in_Space_1
    It's so hard to empathize with anyone but the poor 12 year old, now a woman, who was the victim of both a sociopathic sexual predator and a couple of very naive, very troubled parents. If you think this was disturbing, see the 2003 documentary Capturing the Friedmans.
  • Mind Blowing, Twisting, Turning True Crime Doc!

    By wstdtmflms
    Had the pleasure of seeing this at the Tallgrass Film Festival a couple years ago, and I'm STOKED it's available on iTunes! This is a crazy, twisty-turny, totally mind blowing film, that really stuck with me. I couldn’t stop talking about it for weeks afterwards. Really extraordinary story telling that has the perfect mix of shocking revelations and heartfelt interviews. The filmmaking craft is truly outstanding. By far, the best True Crime documentary I have ever seen.
  • Horrific story told incredibly well

    By TanyaMMT
    When I saw this documentary, I couldn’t believe I had no idea this had actually happened. It’s heartbreaking that stories like this still exist to this day. It’s frightening, chilling, and scary to think those we trust and love could do something so freaky. I’m glad these filmmakers (and the actual victims) created this well-told story so all could be made aware. Bravo.
  • A Superb Doc

    By Jill Klopp Turner
    A truly gripping story from start to finish will leave you with senses of disbelief, outrage, empathy, and inspiration. Unique and beautiful storytelling, a must watch.
  • WOW

    By haleykellogg
    Incredible storytelling. Well shot. Horrific, yet intriguing TRUE story. I want to watch it all over again immediately.