Return to Innocence (film)
78% Rotten Tomatoes
Screenplay Gary M. Frazier
Writer Gary M. Frazier
Director Rocky Costanzo
Music director Orren Merton
|Release date 2001 (USA)|
Cast Brett Chukerman, Richard Meese, Test, Steve De Forest, Andrew Martin, Jeff Harman
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Return to innocence 2007
Return to Innocence is a 2001 independent film about Glen Erskine (Richard Meese), who gets caught up in a child sex abuse case with Tommy Jackson (Andrew Martin). The screenplay for Return to Innocence was written by Gary M. Frazier and is based on his novel of the same title.
Erksine, a family man, is the director and chief of staff of New Horizons, a group home and counseling center for abused boys. Glen is a child psychologist who meets a new patient named Tommy Jackson, who is a victim of emotional, physical, and sexual abuse.
At New Horizons, Tommy's life finally seems to be coming together, until it is revealed that he is being molested by one of the counselors. Tommy accuses Erskine, the one he believes is responsible, and brings him to court in a high-profile child sex abuse scandal.
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