Jane, a psychiatrist, is sent to a remote island to help with a strange case. Dorothy Mills is showing signs of multiple personality disorder. She is being accused of murdering an infant yet she has no memory of the incident. Jane begins working with Dorothy, seeing glimpses of several personalities. There is Mimi, a three-year-old girl, a wild teenage girl named Mary, Kurt and Duncan. It is quickly established that Duncan is the one who hurt the baby. As Jane digs deeper into Dorothy’s psyche, she begins to discover something sinister amongst the townspeople. There is more to Dorothy’s condition then meets the eye.
Jenn Murray, who plays young Dorothy Mills is fantastic in the role. She adopts each personality and owns it. I love these type of films, when they are done right anyway. In the beginning the pieces are laid out like a puzzle, but as everything comes together the story as a whole is pretty solid. I like finding these hidden gems, feels like getting that prize in the cereal box before my sister snagged it.