When four young boys decide to go over-board with dealing with two bullies, they believe they can get away with their crime. Years later, new evidence appears and the cops are back on the trail to solve the murders. The four - now the owner of a failing lumber company (Colm Feore), a priest (Arliss Howard), a policeman (Tony Goldwyn), and a lawyer (David Paymer) - gather in a remote cabin to discuss what their future actions should be. Told in harrowing flashbacks and with obvious difference of current points-of-view, the men argue out their circumstances. Written by
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Movie happens in real time 1998. Twenty two years earlier would be 1976. Chief O'Brian says why would you have comprehensive insurance on a 10 year old car. It was only 6 or 7 years old (because both a 1969 and 1970 Cadillac was used). See more