The Wilson family move next door to all around nice guy Steve Glover (Jamey Sheridan) church deacon and handy man. He hangs around and helps and is perhaps a little too fond of Susan Wilson (Angie Harmon). Eventually he develops that Eric Roberts creep to him as he plays his hand too soon. The first rule of peeping Tom is to pretend you know less about the victim than you do. Steve screws up and gets caught. What is fortunate for him is that the law is on his side, although it would seem filming children would come under child pornography even back in the 1990s.
With the advent of micro and cell phone cameras, the voyeur tendency or "visual rape" as it is called has gotten out of control, with people being arrested in shopping malls standing at the escalators. Where does it end when people are given the technology to be voyeurs without being caught?
It is an interesting film to say the least. It opens up a can of worms that society has trouble dealing with, that is, ourselves. Temptation and the ability to do wrong and get away with it will always lead to controversy and trouble.
Parental Guide: Made for TV film. No nudity. Discreet arm/sheet placement and body suit for Susan (you can visibly see a panty line in the shower)