This movie was mildly interesting, but not gripping. I couldn't find anything wrong with it, the acting is adequate, the direction is decent, the dialogue is clear, but I just couldn't get that invested in the story and I could never really care about the protagonist, played by Christian Slater. In fact the only thing I found above average in the film was the performance by Stephen Rea.
A brief overview of the story is that a priest is accused of murdering a young man, who worked at a shelter where the priest does outreach. The accused asks to see a priest, played by Christian Slater, who is excellent at raising money for the church and its building projects, but not so much in tending to the flocks. Christian Slater's character looks into the case, and believes that the accused priest is innocent and asks for help from his old girlfriend who is now a local news anchor. There are a few twists and turns along the way, including a few red herrings, but it quickly wraps up in about 90 minutes, so there's no long term time investment.
If you're looking for a film with a mystery that's not too gripping, and you happen to be a Christian Slater fan, I'd recommend this film. For anyone else, unless you've watched everything else in amazon prime, I'd probably give this a pass.