What happens when a man's worst nightmare becomes a reality? How should one react after discovering the last true love in his life has been taken away from him? Sometimes, we must deal with these horrors in our own way, outside the due process of our law enforcement system that may not give us the justice we crave. Thomas Malum, a widow, single father, and former interrogator has only one mission - to provide for, love, and protect the only person left in his life-the one that matters most. His world is torn open when a child predator enters his home and violates his daughter, leaving her dead. When he fears that the police won't provide the punishment he is hoping for, Thomas reacts as only he has been trained to do. Right vs wrong, good vs bad, love vs hate all become more problematic in his race for justice. As Thomas's covert operation of interrogation and torture progress's, he begins to question his own morality-has he become no different than the monster who took away his own ...Written by
Five weeks after director Kerry Patton conceived the idea for Dark of Light, the script was written and filming began. Filming took place over the course of just five days. See more »
Terrible, awful low budget film- waste of 90 minutes
The movie makes little sense yet tries to be dramatic with music that promotes anticipation and expectations for a substantive plot - but alas it delivers at best some interesting music with a lot of overacting and a resounding feeling of having wasted the last 94 minutes!
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