After being found not guilty for his crimes, Dr. Albert Beck takes a teaching job at a university, where his blossoming relationship with a student is threatened when one of his previous victims begins a campaign of terror against him.
Dr. Albert Beck seems to get what he wished for as the jury finds him not guilty for the kidnapping and attempted murder of a former patient , so he then lands a teaching job at a prestigious Arizona medical school where he develops a crush on a new student , with that growing obsession he struggles from keeping it from taking control of his life , but things aren't what they seem , When a former patient of his , Sophie Green decides to enroll in the medical school where he's teaching to take matters in her own hands .
When Sophie was shown putting the corpse in the driver's seat of her car in the alley - as Melissa was telling Beck how she and Sophie had set him up, the corpse was flexible and easily bending in a sitting position as a living person's body would be. But in actuality, the corpse would be too stiff by that time from the embalming fluid to be put in a sitting position in the driver's seat. See more »