A female forensic psychiatrist discovers that all of one of her patient's multiple personalities are murder victims. She will have to find out what's happening before her time is finished.

Cara Harding: Just because you're older, doesn't mean you're right. It could just mean that you've been wrong for longer.
[last lines]
Sammy: [humming now familiar song]
Cara Harding: Sammy?
Cara Harding: Where you raised in any religion?
David: Ma'am, I was raised in the mountains. God held our hand and the Devil waited for us to fall.
Cara Harding: I don't want you to be alarmed.
Mrs. Bernburg: I've raised three boys and said prayers upon their graves. Not much alarms me.
Dr. Harding: That is a very compelling diagnosis.
Cara Harding: Thank you very much.
Dr. Harding: How are you going to prove it?
Cara Harding: Oh, oh, dad, I'm not going to prove it. I'm gonna cure it.
[first lines]
Cara Harding: Do you ever have emotions that you can't explain? Have you ever lost control of these emotions? Do these emotions have a name? These were the first three questions that Dr. Malison asked of Joesph Kinkirk, just six hours after his arrest. To which Kinkirk answered: yes, yes, and Henry.
Mrs. Bernburg: Your books may have failed you, but God has not.
Cara Harding: I'd like to consider myself a doctor of science, but a woman of God.
Cara Harding: David Bernburg, who was tortured to death by Satan worshipping mountain witches.