ABSENCE OF THE GOOD is a production developed for HBO and directed by John Flynn in 1999.
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Five weeks ago, Caleb and Mary Barnes have lost their only son, accidentally killed at school by a friend. Caleb, a rather introvert policeman, concentrates on his work while Mary is taking to excess sleeping pills in order to forget her sorrow. In the meantime, a serial killer is visiting the houses he lives in when he was a child and kills everyone crossing his path. Caleb becomes soon obsessed by this case while Mary is brought to the hospital after an overdose.
The review of this Movie prepared by Daniel Staebler