Peter Carter, his wife Sally and their young daughter Jean move to a sleepy Canadian village, where Peter has been hired as a school principal. Their idyll is shattered when Jean becomes the victim of an elderly, and extremely powerful, paedophile. The film was neither a box office nor a critical success, it garnered criticism for breaking a significant public taboo.
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|Patrick Allen||Peter Carter|
|Gwen Watford||Sally Carter|
|Janina Faye||Jean Carter|
|Felix Aylmer||Clarence Olderberry Sr.|
|Niall MacGinnis||Defense Counsel|
|Bill Nagy||Clarence Olderberry Jr.|
|Estelle Brody||Eunice Kalliduke|
|Robert Arden||Tom Demarest|
|Don Mingaye||Art Direction|
|Bernard Robinson||Art Direction||
|Freddie Francis||Director of Photography||
|Anthony Nelson Keys||Producer||
|Elisabeth Lutyens||Original Music Composer||
|Roger Garis||Theatre Play|