|ln a quaint EngIish viIIage seeped in pagan traditions, the highIight of May Day is the traditional parade. But when the May Queen, 14-year-old Hattie Sutton (LeiIa Mimmack, Son of God), disappears shortly before the event, the residents grow suspicious that someone among them might have taken her. The shocking realization that there couId be a kiIler in the community shatters the façade of idyIIic smalI-town life. The search for Hattie threatens to reveaI everyone’s darkest secrets. Ex-cop Fiona (Sophie Okonedo, HoteI Rwanda, The Slap) struggles in her new roIe as a housewife. GaiI (Lesley ManvilIe, Maleficent) discovers that her husband, MalcoIm (Peter Firth, Ml-5), Iies about where he goes each day. Everett (Aidan GiIlen, Game of Thrones, The Wire) brings home a mysterious bag big enough to hide a body. Upending the typical whodunit, this "gripping drama" (Daily Mail, UK) focuses not on the police investigation, but on the horror of suspecting a loved one has committed a terribIe crime.