Martin Manz always thought of himself as a good guy. He is well known and very popular in his small hometown. He coaches the handball youth as a volunteer. He washes his senile father's feet and makes him supper. And he deeply loves his pregnant wife. Martin knows he's irreplaceable for the community. Therefore, he keeps a secret: He severely injured his best friend's daughter in a car accident. But what good would a confession do? The terrible accident has happened and cannot be undone, even if Martin deeply regrets it. The girl is in a coma but the doctors are optimistic. Martin firmly believes in her recovery. He wants to make up for his awful deed without burdening the people close to him with the brutal truth. But in order to keep his secret, Martin has to push his limits. The victim's hot-headed father insists on finding the perpetrator himself. A piece of evidence threatens to incriminate Martin. And finally, he is blackmailed by a witness in his own house. Good thing that ...
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