He committed the worst of crimes. Now he must win back their hearts. Jack stands accused of committing probably the worst crime a father can commit against his child: sexual abuse. Having inflicted deep psychological damage on his entire family, Jack must now struggle to win back their hearts. But if the father himself was abused as a child, does this at least explain, though not excuse, his crime? And if, deep beneath their wounds, Jack and his family still love each other, can that love prove powerful enough to withstand the sins of the past?