After the tragic death of her husband, a mother moves her teenage son and daughter to the idyllic town of Purity Falls only to find the rift with her son deepen when he becomes entrapped in the neighborhood maven's nefarious home business.
It's supposed to be a fresh start: One year after the loss of her husband, Nicole settles with her young adult children Justine and Jason in Purity Falls. First, the family is greeted by a warm welcome. Especially their rich neighbor Courtney seems awfully nice, quickly setting up Jason with odd jobs to support the family income. Yet Nicole soon notices that something is amiss, with her son leaving and coming back at suspiciously late hours. When a young neighbor drowns in a pool, things start to get dangerous. Something is not right with the oh-so-friendly Courtney, who seems to have a grip on her son. Soon, Nicole uncovers the criminal underbelly of Purity Falls' wholesome suburban facade that will threaten all of their lives.Written by
Also know as: The Madam of Purity Falls while shown on the Lifetime Channel See more »
Standard plot + bad acting from the main character
The story was pretty straight forward, kind of boring if you've watched drama a lot. Zero plot twist, nothing interesting happened that you couldn't have guessed. And the acting! Yikes! Kristanna Loken and Olivia d'Abo could only saved so much, cause Trevor Stines's robotic acting was ruining the whole movie. I'm not trying to be mean, but his acting was worse than Kristen Stewart in Twilight. I get that he's probably new, but can he like, take acting classes? Has he ever heard of facial expression? If you're a straight woman or a gay man, you'll enjoy watching this movie only because of the view, if you know what I mean.
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