The Confession continues the story of Katie Lapp as she has moved out of the Amish community is was raised in and is living in the city trying to “make a go of it” as well as find her birth mother. In the beginning you are made aware that she has not adjusted to “real life” where people do not mean what the say nor do what they say.
She finally locates her mother but finds that there is an impostor playing her and she ends up being a maid in the house. It is a very interesting plot and is fairly well played out.
It has a happy ending (always a bonus in my opinion) and overall has nothing offensive. It was an enjoyable movie that I would recommend to others.
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