Murder of Innocence
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Laurie Wasserman (Valerie Bertinelli) seemingly has everything a girl could want, an adoring husband, a beautiful home and loving parents. Unfortunately she has a slim grasp on reality and is becoming more and more disturbed and out of touch each day.
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