Framed for the murder of her husband, a woman (Ashley Judd)
survives prison with two burning desires sustaining her: finding her son and solving the
mystery that destroyed her once-happy life. Standing between her and her quest is her
parole officer (Tommy Lee Jones). Also with Bruce Greenwood, Annabeth Gish, Roma Maffia
and Davenia McFadden.
SEX/NUDITY 5 - A couple has sex with the woman on top; we see thrusting, her
bare buttocks and breasts. Some kissing and sexual innuendo.
VIOLENCE/GORE 6 - A man is shot twice in the chest with blood seen on his
chest and blood smeared on glass behind him. A man shoots many times at a couple hitting
the man in the shoulder and we see some blood. A woman threatens a man with a gun and then
shoots at him. There is blood on a woman's hands, clothes, a door and the deck of a boat.
There is a lot of blood on a table and a bloody knife (seen twice). A woman hits a man in
the head with a gun leaving a bloody wound and a man slams a woman's head into a concrete
pillar. A couple fights over a gun rolling around on the floor, hitting and kicking. A man
punches another man in his bullet wound a few times. A woman wakes up in a coffin with a
corpse and she shoots the lid off the coffin. Many scenes of reckless driving including a
car being hit and destroyed, a phone booth (with someone inside) being hit and destroyed,
a car crashing and flipping with people inside (they are not injured), a car being bumped
into water (with no one inside), a car going underwater with a couple inside and a car
bumping other cars back and forth. A couple grapples in water. There are a few chases,
falls and jumps and a man nearly slips from a roof. People shatter glass in a couple of
scenes, and a man shatters a car windshield with his arm. A man rips a phone out of a
PROFANITY 6 - About 12 F-words, many scatological references and mild
obscenities, some anatomical references. [profanity glossary]
DISCUSSION TOPICS - Murder, being framed, prison, revenge, motherhood, betrayal,
the legal system.
MESSAGE - You can't be tried twice for the same crime.