A hard-working lawyer, attached to his cell phone, can't find the time to communicate with his family. A couple is drawn into a dangerous situation when their secrets are exposed online. A widowed ex-cop struggles to raise a mischievous son who cyber-bullies a classmate. An ambitious journalist sees a career-making story in a teen that performs on an adult-only site. They are strangers, neighbors and colleagues and their stories collide in this riveting dramatic thriller about ordinary people struggling to connect in today's wired world.
||April 12th, 2013 (Limited) by LD Entertainment|
||September 17th, 2013 by Lionsgate Home Entertainment|
||R for sexual content, some graphic nudity, language, violence and drug use - some involving teens.|
(Rating bulletin 2257, 1/30/2013)
||Ensemble, Internet, Bullies, Sex Crimes, Child Abuse, False Identity, Stolen Identity, Private Investigator, Suicide, Medical and Hospitals, Investigative Journalist, Death of a Son or Daughter, Porn Business|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
|Creative Type:||Contemporary Fiction|
||LD Entertainment, Wonderful Films|
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