A CRY IN THE DARK 1988 (also known as EVIL ANGELS)- As a fan of Seinfeld I clearly remember the episode where Elaine invokes an Australian accent and says, "Maybe the dingo ate your baby" which was pretty funny even not understanding the context of the joke. A CRY IN THE DARK is the movie the mis-quoted line is from starring Meryl Streep and Sam Neill as Lindy and Michael Chamberlain parents of the missing child Azaria Chamberlain who went missing at Ayers Rock and was said to have been carried off and killed by a dingo. The correct line being "The dingo took my baby" is said many times as the movie unfolds the story of this horrifying situation. Throughout the film the feel of witchhunt and mass hysteria became evident because the Chamberlains were members of an 'odd' religion and Lindy in particular was not likeable by the public. Much like DEVIL'S KNOT (2013), the public outcry for someone being guilty because they are different and unlikeable permeates the entire film. Unlike DEVIL'S KNOT I was unfamiliar with the case and hadn't seen any documentaries or background pieces regarding this, so found the movie a bit more enjoyable than my experience with DK. Sam Neill delivers a solid performance as Michael Chamberlain who is trying to hold onto his sanity by a thin thread and is finally pushed to and over his brink while on the stand. Enjoyed this, though feel slightly guilty for smirking a bit when 'The dingo took my baby' line was being delivered.