Robbo (Jake Ryan) has been kidnapped by a mysterious figure in the graveyard where his family is buried. After being ambushed as he said goodbye to his old family, preparing to leave the country with Jasmine (Sam Frost) for their protection, he comes to and realises he is chained to the wall in a pit.
Eventually being released from his cell, Robbo comes face to face with Dylan Carter (Jeremy Lindsay Taylor), the man who murdered his family. As tension rises between the two men, a fight breaks out between them and Robbo quickly gains the upper hand.
Robbo gets his chain wrapped around Dylan’s neck and tightens it, preventing Dylan from moving. He then locks Dylan’s thugs into his cell, pacing up and down as he builds up the courage to get revenge after all these years.
However, Dylan denies he hurt Robbo’s wife and kids, catching Robbo off guard. Robbo insists he’s lying – of course he murdered them, who else could it have been?
Dylan says he’d never go so far as to murder children – he lost his own son, and would never put someone through what he’s been through. Robbo is forced to consider the prospect that he’s had the wrong man all along.
Dylan goes on to say that he will reveal who did kill Robbo’s family to the AFP – but if he’s telling the truth and Robbo kills him, he’ll never know who was really behind the crime.
Robbo has a tough choice – should he trust the person who has been torturing him, or risk having the real murderer left at large?
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