When their son Adam is killed in a car accident, Paul and Jessie Duncan are approached by Dr. Richard Wells, who claims he has perfected the ability to clone someone by using a single cell. He tells them he is interested in giving them a second chance with a genetically identical child using DNA from their dead son. After some initial unease, the Duncan's agree, and the clone of their dead son Adam is born nine months later. The first eight years are great, with both Paul and Jessie feeling like they did the right thing to get that second chance, but when Adam reaches the age at which he had originally died, he begins having night terrors and acting strangely.
The story has a satisfying creepiness to it, but the trouble is that it has too many serious plot flaws which distract from the story, at times it plods along a very slow pace, and the ending is somewhat of a let down. Overall, it's a watchable film and for fans of horror-suspense films it's better than average. Not great, not terrible, but worth a look if you like this genre of film.