August Paciorko killed with the casual ease of a social drinker in the span of three decades. On his daughter's wedding day, he drapes a dead woman's necklace around her neck. He can't be bothered with guilt when his little girl thanks him for it lovingly. He is bothered by the loud bridesmaids, a proud mother-in-law, a drunk, and a mirage of a woman he used to know. He just wants to survive the wedding reception and the woman who waltzes into his present with her own ulterior motive.
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