The film opens in Kuwait with all the acting, script, and historical accuracy of an Asylum film. Janis (Lisa Varga) is injured in Kuwait in 1994 and is sent home. She is haunted by her past which includes her images of her brother (Ken Stellingwerf) killing their parents. He is in prison in Sarasota, Florida, the same town where Janis decides to live. While in prison he sends her threatening letters and has a red SUV try to run her over. Janis just gets up and brushes it all off, like the Blues Brother did when Carrie Fischer destroyed their hotel with a bazooka, only it wasn't funny.
Janis is a free lance photographer who drives around in a Mercedes when she is not playing tennis. She has a friend who recommends a psychologist (Seva Anthony) which she visits. In the 10 years(?) Janis has been out she hasn't aged a day, gained a pound, or apparently had a boyfriend. The movie claims 10 years, but doing the math it is 17. Apparently the movie is supposed to take place in 2004 and we ignore the anachronisms. She is waiting for her brother to get out of prison and come after her. Toni Ann Rossi is getting her big break by playing Janis' friend Carol. Too bad Alan Cameron Roberts didn't write any decent lines for her. In fact the weakness of the film can be seen during the lengthy dialouge scenes which include awkward pauses and trite conversation. It was the worst of an Asylum film combined with a bad Hallmark production.
No swearing or nudity. Near silhouette sex scene.