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April Parker (Magda Apanowicz) is found over her dead mother holding a knife. She is put in an asylum and claims to have no memory of the incident. One year later, she is released to live with her lawyer sister Sutton (Italia Ricci) and her husband Glenn Roberts. Detective Whitaker continues her prosecution of April with an impending trial. Orly Chambers wants to sell the family mansion.
There is a lack of tension in this mystery thriller. Honestly, it's a 50/50 proposition whether April is actually guilty or not. It's strictly the writer's prerogative and the ending follows the formula handbook. I'm not sure if the ending makes any sense anyways. It takes half of the movie to get any tension. It's not until April starts acting up that the movie starts to move. There are some bad one-dimensional characterization from the hard-up detective to the weird surprisingly tech savvy paparazzi. It can never escape from its Lifetime TV movie look and its mediocre writing. There are way too many of these types of TV movies.
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