Discomfort strikes an Amish farm in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania when a dead baby is found. When the mother is discovered and confirmed to be eighteen-year old, unmarried Katie Fitch, she is arrested and sent to trial for murder. The detectives and police all believe that she smothered the baby. City defense attorney, Ellie Harris takes on the task of defending the Amish girl. As Katie denies that she gave birth to the baby and Ellie tries to get through to her client, the plot of the story just keeps rising and spiraling with twists and shocking new discoveries. Is Katie Fitch really guilty of murdering her newborn child? Will her Amish church exclude or still accept her into the community?
Kellye M. Boyd
Behind every murder lies the plain truth.
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Did You Know?
Jodi Picoult, the author of Plain Truth, and her family were on the set of the movie as Amish extras. See more
In the scene where Ellie and Katie are talking while riding the
carriage, the left string of Katie's cap keeps changing from the front of her towards her back between shots. See more
How are you?
Good, thanks. How are you?
Good. Yeah, really good. Uh, is everything okay?
Uh, yeah, everything's fine.
Well, it's just that we haven't spoken in quite a while. I was thinking maybe you still hadn't gotten over me.
Oh, no, no, Coop, I got over you right about the time you got married. That was a joke, Coop.