Neeson went back to Toronto for a couple of days' work to complete his scenes for the thriller directed by Egoyan.
Neeson's work on the film had been on hold after Richardson sustained a head injury in a fall March 16 during a skiing lesson in Quebec. Richardson died two days later.
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