This is a tangled tale where a woman, who is submerged in guilt over accidentally backing over her little boy, is suddenly the object of an attempted murder. She is fragile and vulnerable, it would seem. The centerpiece in all this is her husband, who resents her for having killed the son, though it was indeed an accident. James Gregory is the next door neighbor attorney who has more than a casual interest in the beautiful woman. When a body is found in the husband's car, he is arrested and here is where things get serious. There are two thing that keep this from being a 10. The question of why, knowing there is a body in the trunk, would he stop a police care and seek help when he loses his key. Secondly, the courtroom scene is ridiculous. Also, the long explanation at the conclusion should have been done in flashback in a dramatic way. Still it packs a good punch.
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