In 2005 there was a strange stalemate behind a small-town supermarket: a divorced ex-builder was held hostage at gunpoint by a vulnerable woman driven to insanity. This is the story of what led her to take him captive and how she went on to attain her own freedom at a terrible cost.
Potty but heroic, Lydia tells us her bittersweet tale of struggle, discovery, love, loss, and redemption.
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A modern-day allegory of emancipation.
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