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In the beginning of the film Libby and Nick are living the good life in their house on the lake There is a big party and to Libbys surprise Nick has offered to take her sailing for the weekend and maybe buy the sailboat Libbys sister Angie offers to baby-sit Mattie Libby and Nicks four-year-old son for their trip So Libby and Nick go sailing on the beautiful clear ocean doing the wonderful things that grown-ups do but to Libbys horror she wakes up in the middle of the night with blood all over her and the boat with her husband nowhere to be found On the deck of the boat she finds a knife and almost simultaneously to her picking it up the Coast Guard shines a spotlight on her It appears as though she has killed her husband Was this a terrible mistake or was she framed Well she goes to trial and the overwhelming evidence pointing in her direction is enough to convict her of murder and send her to prison Angie adopted Mattie and brought him to see his mother at least once a week but they soon disappear all together and stop visiting Libby After about a month she starts to use her head to search for the location of her son She called under the identity of Angie checking on her severance check to get their address and phone number After discovering that they have moved to San Francisco she calls them She talks to Angie but upon speaking to her son Nick walks in and Mattie says Daddy Then the phone is disconnected and a flame has sparked in Libby An inmate ex-lawyer advises Libby to just do her time because she cant be convicted of the same crime twice She states that double jeopardy under the fifth-amendment says she could walk straight up to Nick and shoot him in Madison Square Gardens and she couldnt be
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