O'Keefe plays Emily Bennett, a hard-working high school teacher and software designer. In the process of juggling the two jobs, Emily finds that she has been "exposed" by a psycho who has photoshopped photos of her that leads to her suspension at the high school and the possible loss of big contract with a technology firm.
The major question raised in the film is: Who done it? The psycho is on the loose and arrogant. He is a serial framer and harasser of women, with Emily his latest victim.
One of the strengths of this TV movie was in the portrayal of the police. Typically in crime dramas, the police are depicted as hopelessly inept in discovering the perp and, above all, it protecting the victim.
In this case, however, the police were on top of things from the get-go, believing Emily's story and using their full resources in Baltimore and the Beltway.
Things look really bad for Emily's boyfriend, who has placed business ahead of the needs of Emily. They also look bad for a wiseacre student who has been disrespectful to Emily at school. Another lout who is a suspect is Justin, the friend of Emily's boyfriend, who has already embezzled funds from Emily's personal account.
There is an interesting plot twist at the end. But the film is most memorable for Emily's resiliency, not merely her mental and psychological capacities, but her ability to be immune to a knockout drink and her skills in taking a bullet without suffering any harm.