Safe and sound in their suburban home, Will and Lynn Cameron used to sleep well at night trusting their children were protected. Will in particular was comforted by the fact that he and Lynn raised three bright children and that once the doors were locked and the alarm was set nothing, absolutely nothing, was going to harm his family.
When his 14-year-old daughter Annie made a new friend online - a 16 year old boy named Charlie whom she met in a volleyball chat room - Will and Lynn didn't think much of it. They discussed his friendship with her assuming that this is normal with teenagers who connect through the Internet. After weeks of communicating online Annie becomes enraptured by Charlie and finds herself drawn to him more and more. Slowly she learns he is not who he claims to be; yet Annie remains intrigued by Charlie even as the truth about him is uncovered.
The devastating revelation reverberates through her entire family setting in motion a chain of events that will forever change their lives in ways that no one could have ever predicted.
This was a pretty good film, it looks at the impact on the family when the 15 year old daughter is raped by a predator who she meets online. It deals with the impact and how very manipulative predators can make kids believe they consented etc. when in fact they are too young to understand. I thought this was a fairly good portrayal all up.
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