The Truth is here...
In this her first ever screen role, the luscious Gillian Anderson proves that, unlike the icy aloofness of her character Agent Scully in the smash hit X-Files series, she certainly knew how to shed both her clothes and her inhibitions in the role of a love starved waitress hungry for adventure.
While Scully's many admirers have longed for a glimpse of her celestial body, The X-Files has never become X-rated. But where the X-Files fails, The Turning succeeds with its tense and dramatic storyline of love, alienation and violent racial bigotry in small town America from the director of Field of Dreams, L.A. Puopolo.
Anderson's psycho boyfriend, Cliff, returns to his hometown seething with pent-up frustration and rage. Four years earlier his family was on the verge of breaking up. Now he's returned to put things right, fired by a psychopathic determination he is intent on destroying his father's new relationship... whatever it takes, and not even the love of the adoring girlfriend he left behind can tame the savage beast.
Gillian proves that her acting talents certainly have no shortage of passion and as another of the stars of this movie so prophetically remarked after its premiere screening, "Gillian is going to be someone important one day."