Gill is suffering from memory loss. She can't remember events from her teenage years, and thinks that her own father, who left the Netherlands shortly after World War II with her mother, has something to do with it. She repeatedly dreams about her father and two German soldiers, which distresses her enormously.
Inspector Jack Dafoe investigates the break-in. Gill tells him about the gap in her memory. He advises her to go see his friend John Edwards, a regression therapist, and asks her if he can make an appointment for her. She agrees, and then discovers the awful truth.