Eileen Maloney, a hostess at a strip joint, has woken up to find her two children are missing. Lieutenant Bramm suspects that she killed them herself. He questions her for days about her lifestyle, her children, her ex-husband, men and women, and life in general. He forces her to re-enact her last moments in the children's room hoping to shock her into giving more information. The lieutenant's infatuation is not merely professional, however, and soon they are reversing roles. Written by
Ed Sutton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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This story is loosely connected to the true story of the death of the two children of Alice Crimmins who were discovered missing on 14 July 1965. The film here differs greatly from the reality. See more
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