A recently divorced woman with children meets a man who seems nice and gives her some cash to hold for him. What she doesn't know is he is being watched by authorities and that this man was a drug dealer. He is arrested along with her and then he lies under oath naming her as his drug dealer. His "cooperating" is to testify against her in court and the circumstantial case is strong.
Did You Know?
The film opens with a statement, "Based on a true story", and closes with statistics about women and their families in the U.S. prison system, based on the documentary "They're Doing My Time" (2006) by Patricia Foulkrod. See more