Due to advances in detection, the police are charging more men - many of them ostensibly happily married - than ever before for possession of images of child sex abuse. Tracing the impact over 12 months, this film captures two families - wives, children and offenders themselves - as they navigate fraught relationships, deal with the shame and the stigma of the offence, and make difficult decisions about their futures. First made as an audio documentary, it was then shot as a drama with the cast lip-syncing.