Fairview, Connecticut is a quiet, affluent town that not much happens in. That all changes one night when a girl, Jenny Kramer, is viciously attacked at a friend’s party. She is rushed to hospital where her wounds are treated, and is also give a drug that will erase the memories of her assault. The town is shocked and the search for the attacker begins. Jenny is slowly healing, but the emotional turmoil is a struggle, especially as her factual recall of the night has gone. Her father, Tom, is obsessed with finding the man himself and her mother is trying to pretend it never took place at all.
To help recover the little memory she has she is working with a therapist, Alan. He is using a number of methods to try and draw the memories out again. He is helping her parents too; and as the secrets are uncovered from all three of them, the tensions from all of this put a strain on their marriage before rippling out through the to the wider community, bringing to the surface events that have been hidden for years and are probably best forgotten
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2.5 stars overall