Members of a small Ojibway reserve in northern Manitoba decided to end years of abuse and violence. Hollow Water is home to 450 people, two thirds of them victims of sexual abuse. Offenders were the responsibility of the provincial justice system, but jail had not stopped abuse. The community decided to give offenders the chance to face sentencing in a healing circle. This program documents the moving story of one family torn apart by years of abuse who struggle to confront their past.