*Warning: The following may contain slight spoilers*
This is not your typical lifetime movie. It's about a man, John Ryan, doing a documentary on the sexual abuse of children. He gets the facts from victims, and some of the criminals. He becomes obsessed with his work and it gets in the way of his relationship with his wife and daughter. His wife, Claudia, is upset about what he's doing. Later on you find out why...she was molested by her father when she was 10 and her mother didn't believe her. Some of the things in this movie will have you outraged. For instance, when they are at a support group of men that molested children, John interviews a man. This man says that he knew that his daughter wanted to have sex with him because she "Said hi daddy, and then kissed him on the cheek.". This is a pretty good movie, although slightly chilling. The acting is pretty good, especially by the usually good Jobeth Williams. This is one lifetime movie that I would actually recommend.
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