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This present day psychological thriller is about a couple named Barry and Rachel McAlister. As they struggle to balance their family and careers, their lives quickly unravel into temptation and deceit when they are faced with their son’s struggles in school. Infidelity, obsession and murder result from this strained marriage. Who will survive this twisted game of survival and desperation?
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