This film's over-extended notion about culpability would be suitable to a short psychological study, but disintegrates when pushed toward feature film length.
Professor Ed Saxon (Jeff Daniels) phones the police when his wife, Eve (Kristie Dickinson), fails to come home. Plagued by insomnia, Ed loses track of time and begins seeing things, so when Detective Derm (Gil Bellows) questions him, he picks up on Ed's uncertainty and defensiveness. Eve's journal yields some juicy details that point police in the direction of her co-worker and lover, George (Julian McMahon). But George claims that Ed probably punished his wife in a jealous rage. Perhaps Ed is repressing the m...