Erika is a dramatic demonstration of fatherhood. This is a tale of
betrayal and defiance of an ex-wife towards her ex-husband.
Mind games she plays between father and daughter strengthens
A father’s love fills his daughter’s emptiness.
Erika’s brain becomes that of a sponge. She soaks up her mother’s
beliefs as the lies drain from her tears.
If someone loves you, how can they lie to you about someone so
dear to you?
Do they mean it or do they care?
When both parent’s Donald and Tracy have a disagreement, is Erika
the problem or is she the lever which divides both parents?