Weaves together intimate interviews of abuse victims and videotaped forensic testimony. Contrasts five personal accounts of child sex abuse with the chilling statements of convicted sex offenders.
"A wrenching film, as important as it is difficult to watch, that deals with the devastation of childhood sexual abuse. The documentary consists of interviews with adult survivors of abuse, children who are just now confronting their experience and, most chilling, convicted offenders talking about their strategies in group therapy sessions. As one of them explains, `The predator isn`t the guy in the bushes, picking up kids in the schoolyard. Most child molesters are people in your lives.` "
--Kenneth Turan, The Los Angeles Times