Rabbi Elijah Daniels is invited to a Native American sweat lodge ceremony, where he meets and befriends the leaders of the nearby Antchu community. When a spiritual elder confesses to the murder of his wife, the tribe asks the rabbi, who is also an attorney, to take his case. The rabbi's concern over the ethics of representing a confessed murderer fades when the evidence against the elder doesn't seem to add up. Something's amiss, and the rabbi finds himself risking his reputation and even his life to find the truth.
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