The true story of Jacob Wetterling's disappearance. On Sunday, October 22, 1989, just after 9:00 p.m. (CDT), Jacob Wetterling (11), his younger brother Trevor (10), and a friend, Aaron Larson (11), were biking home from a Tom Thumb convenience store in St. Joseph, Minnesota, where they had gone to rent a video, when Danny Heinrich, wearing a stocking cap mask and armed with an unloaded revolver, came out of a driveway and ordered the boys to throw their bikes into a ditch and lie face down on the ground. He then asked each boy his age. Jacob's brother was told to run toward a nearby wooded area and not look back or else he would be shot. Heinrich then demanded to view the faces of the two remaining boys. He picked Jacob, and told Aaron to run away and not look back otherwise he would shoot. This was the last time Jacob was ever seen alive.
The film takes place over a period of 27 years from when he first disappeared to when his remains were discovered in 2016.
MPAA: R for strong disturbing violent content including the rape of a child, and for language throughout and brief sexual images.
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