Shot in New Zealand by American writer-director Michael Laughlin (STRANGE BEHAVIOR), this obscure feature casts Jodie Foster as the unwilling 19th-century bride and accused killer of a coarse, much older businessman.
Tamarind Grove, New Zealand, 1880: Victoria Thompson (Foster) is on trial for her life, accused of poisoning her husband, Oliver (John Lithgow).
Flashback: Almost two decades earlier, a baby girl is delivered to St. Paul's Foundling Home by her well-off grandfather; he provides funds for her care but insists that she know nothing of her origins. When asked the infant's name, he responds that she has none.
Eighteen years later, th...