When a Pulitzer prize winning author of true crimes returns to his hometown in Georgia, it isn't long before he is involved in a forty year old case of a teenage girl who had been murdered.... See full summary »
When a Pulitzer prize winning author of true crimes returns to his hometown in Georgia, it isn't long before he is involved in a forty year old case of a teenage girl who had been murdered. Together with the daughter of the man convicted of the crime, they find themselves caught up in a conspiracy of devastating proportions... but even more, as the story moves on to its terrifying climax, it also reveals something very personal about his own family. Written by
BOB STEBBINS <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This movie reminded me of all the "skeletons" that I found in my "grandparents" past. How much do you know about old pictures or the people you see? I found that the slight smile meant something. How many people really want to talk about there past. The cast brought us back in time and made us remember, their time. What would you do? When I watched this movie, I remember thinking to myself, Thank God, I live in the "today". And that I found those skeleton's in the closest!! I enjoyed the movie because it let the characters be, understandable. Their on the that brink, between, reality and the past. What is the truth or memories. Why would someone "cover" a accident up. The movie explains all of our fears,"why did you not tell me"? Staying in the house was so clear to me, a daughter, "left" by her father. Trying to find out why. And a man who only has questions about his past.
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