Why would a woman risk everything
to protect a wanted criminal?
Late one summer evening, Marie returns to her Cambridge home to find her childhood friend Daniel Brydon taking refuge in her house, unkempt, injured and on the run from the police, and she finds herself facing an impossible choice. If she decides to help Daniel, she will cross all acceptable moral boundaries, alienate her friends and family and become a social outcast. If she abandons him, she will never be able to forgive herself.
Over the course of the next few days, as she struggles with her conscience as well as with the unwelcome attention of the police and the press, Marie comes to accept she may never learn what really happened on the fateful night Céline Dujardin disappeared…