Jodie uses a private lesson gives Daniel to quiz him about his past. Jodie's family urge her to accept that her son is dead. An incident at school gets them looking deeper into Jodie's background.
A woman on the edge seeks her missing son. Jodie believes a teenager she has seen is her son who has been missing for nine years, and she begins a plan to get him back.
Jodie makes a plan with Daniel to source him a passport and flee the country for a fresh start, but when she returns from visiting the forgers, Daniel has gone.
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Since losing her son eight years ago, Jodie has been rebuilding her life but when she catches sight of Daniel, she is convinced she has found her missing son.
The best part is the acting. The worst part is everything else.
The characters would never act the way they do in real life. Teachers/police officers/human beings in general. Ridiculous.