To catch his partner’s killer, a detective with Alzheimer’s will have to remember.
Jake Gallo can’t accept his retirement, nor can he accept who’s in prison for killing his partner. Jake knows after 35 years of being on the streets, no murder is clean. But the Captain and his old precinct won’t let him dig it up. Sometimes you let sleeping dogs lie.
Jake’s estranged daughter, Mary, answers the call and comes home to help her dad in a time of need, even though he wasn’t there for her when the roles were reversed. Jake’s conviction persuades Mary to give him one week to follow leads and push a few buttons.
Jake uncovers the guy in jail has an Alibi and with it a shit storm of anger as a precinct, a Captain and a Governor pressure and threaten him to go back into the shadows. Jake was pushed into retirement and now will risk his life to solve the one case only he can close.
Jake finds his way through the fog of Alzheimer’s only to discover that what he had forgotten was he always knew who killed his partner.