The chilling true story of a newly married F.B.I. poster boy assigned to an Appalachian mountain town in Kentucky. There he is drawn into an illicit affair with an impoverished local woman who becomes his star informant. She sees in him her means of escape; instead, it's a ticket to disaster for both of them. This scandal shook the foundations of the nation's top law enforcement agency, ending in the first ever conviction of an F.B.I. Agent for murder.
In the bank scene, one of the tellers is listed as Schuyler Grimsman. Schuyler is the Art Department Coordinator for the movie. See more »
Polygraphs are not used in confessions. Confessions are verbal, then written. If the FBI do use a polygraph they don't have the subject telling a story. There's two responses during a polygraph, and those are "Yes", or "No", nothing more. See more »