IMPART PICTURES...campaigning to stop child abuse


After being attacked by paedophile vigilantes, EDDIE (Sean Delany) has his hard drives confiscated by the police. He is imprisoned for collecting indecent images online, an offence with a statutory maximum of five years. After two years of incarceration and rehabilitation therapy, he is released back into society on licence; tagged and under strict supervision. Like all sex offenders, Eddie must remain abstinent, adhere to the strict licencing protocols, and attend regular counselling sessions.

Eddie’s mother, BRENDA (Kerry Godliman), agrees to attend the counselling sessions, but denies her son is a sex offender – he has never touched a child after all! Brenda blames the children for filming themselves and accuses the parents of neglect, insisting Eddie has been scapegoated. Her denial threatens his recovery, as accountability lays at the heart of his treatment. 

Just days before his release, Eddie is interviewed by OFFICER PEARCE (Navine Chowdhry) of the National Crime Agency over an ongoing investigation into Richard Huckle and a network of paedophiles operating on a dark web network called, ‘The Love Zone’. In 2015 the F.B.I. and N.C.A. embarked on the largest law enforcement hacking operation to date, obtaining over 8000 IP addresses from 120 countries. Eddie is one of these 8000 users, and the law has just caught up with him!

Having tracked down every U.K. IP address and username, the N.C.A. investigation finds its way to Eddie and his encrypted hard drives. Knowing the encrypted files will expose him to further charges and much longer prison sentence, Eddie must choose - will he atone for the past or live with the shame.

Eddie chooses the path of redemption, for the first time putting his victim’s welfare before his own. In doing so pushes himself and Brenda to the last frontier of his therapy – his mother’s complicity in his own sexual abuse as a child.