Audio is buzzy, and low resolution, but OK. A story about a woman who had everything, but wasn’t happy because she wasn’t pretty. we find the woman as she talks to her psychiatrist. She is a successful lawyer, but can’t understand her feelings of disatisfaction.
In flashback sequences she tells more of her story. As a high powered lawyer for the District Attorney, she proves just as capable as her male counterparts. She tells of a murder case that she worked on. Is there some detail about the case that has been troubling her? Elliot is the defense lawyer, and tries to talk sense to the tenacious, and aggressive prosecuting lawyer. The connection that keeps things civil between them is that they discover they were classmates back in law school. It shouldn’t take a psychiatrist though to see that Cathy has a grudge against the woman in the case because of her good looks.
An auto accident should be a simple case. There were no witnesses to see what really happened, and the prosecution only has circumstantial evidence to go on. Still, Cathy is determined to find something sinister in the defendant, but Elliot begins to see that the prosecutor might be biased against his client.
Can justice remain blind in this case? Emotions bring the scene back to the psychiatrist office where truth is confronted.