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A psychiatrist faces his past, present and future when he finds himself involved in the treatment of a young man recently released from prison for a murder committed when the boy was just 11 years old.
John C. McGinley,
My name is chloe I'm 20 I still have a hard time letting people get close to me but each day I get better and I'm open to trusting more trusting things will work out for me that all my scars will start to fade and perhaps as they fade I'll be set free I'll finally feel free.
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The film was recommended by Netflix as part of thriller Friday... not entirely sure why.
The film gets off to a slow start and never really picks up and speed. It's starts with a random half story of the male lead which is loosely referee back to at points. All of a sudden it gets to the female lead with no introduction or back story.
It's a very safe film and somehow they manage to solve a 12 year old missing person case when we all know from cold case about the hard evidence you need before you can make any arrests.
It was all very miraculous, possibly aimed at Christian youth ministry movie nights, with plenty of moral story and no sign of ethnic minorities, no alcohol, swearing or even the faintest suggestion of sex.
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