The plot spins around a young lady, Wendy Sanders (Allison Mack), who is assaulted by the school janitor, played Frankensteinishly by David Byron. Telepic gets straight to the point with the stalking of the young lady at school, and afterward to disclosure of her beaten, assaulted yet breathing body.
Executive Armand Mastroianni truly plays the heartstrings as guardians Carol and Bill Sanders (Lesley Ann Warren and Bruce Davison) see their battered girl in the emergency unit. Outrage supplants pity when mother Carol gets a call from the janitor, who has yet to be captured, undermining to hurt the young lady again on the off chance that she talks.
The risk goads the purchasing of a weapon, and Warren pleasantly goes from stunned to pitiful to distraught, with her passionate ride tempered by Davison’s calm franticness which becomes gigantically after the lethal shooting of the janitor, and his significant other’s conviction.