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After being sexually assaulted in a nightclub, Arabella's life changes irreversibly and she is forced to reassess everything, including her career, friends and family.

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Two months after the incident, Arabella meets with a therapist who encourages her to find new ways to cope with her trauma; Arabella's book agents assign another client, Zain, to help her with the writing process.
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Terry visits Arabella in Ostia, Italy, where she's living large on her agents' money; after procuring party favors, Arabella and Terry each have a wild night of their own.
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Arabella thinks about the hazy events of the previous night while having lunch with Terry, prompting her to probe Simon for answers; Arabella drops by Simon's apartment, only to find herself at an unwelcoming doorstep.
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After visiting her long-distance boyfriend in Italy, burgeoning writer Arabella returns to London, where her literary agents have left her several frantic messages; with mere hours left to finish, she is tempted to join a friend on a night out.
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Much to Terry's disapproval, Arabella attends a support group for rape and sexual assault survivors run by their high school acquaintance Theo; in a flashback to 2004, teenage Arabella and Terry intervene with a young Theo.
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The day finds Arabella reassessing a sexual encounter with Zain and, following a promising new lead in the investigation, opening up to Biagio about her assault.

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