Indiscretion Trailer

Indiscretion Trailer (2006)

10 November 2006

INDISCRETION Drama/Suspense USA. 85 min. 2006 A harrowing morality tale of past sins exposed and old wounds reopened. Two brothers have conflict over their abusive father, interconnects with a 12-year-old's fate that hinges on a prayer and a balloon carrying a message as Sophia endures a bleak existence with the constant battering at the hands of her sadistic mother, Melba. Unbeknownst to Sophia, the note becomes the catalyst that will affect her life and the lives of others.

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