In taken 2 there is a scene where they capture and torture Jean-Claude for information on Liam Neeson's whereabouts.

At first he refuses and says he will never tell until they bring out a teddy bear. What was so important to him about the teddy bear that made him give up the location?


I believe the intention was to tell him that if he didn't cooperate his kid (or kids? I can't remember) would pay for his insubordination.

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The teddy bear symbolized his children (children's teddy bear). The Albanians would harm his family (wife and kids) if he did not give up the information.

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