A Woman Hunted aka Outrage Lainie Wheeler has two daughters, but her husband leaves them for a Thai monastery. She completely neglects her job in TV production but finds a new vocation in nursing terminal patients, even after the death of her friend in that home. She also finds a new lover, Matt Harper, who is also great with her kids, but still gets addicted to pills, causes a major accident, loses custody and needs long-term institutionalized therapy. After her release, a friend gets her another job in TV production, which makes her meet baseball star Harry Brewer. When he proves adulterous and gets too intimate, she ends up murdering him.
A Woman Hunted aka Outrage Lainie Wheeler (Alexandra Paul) is a woman divorced and ex-addicted in pills, who lost the custody of her two young daughters. The girls are living in a foster house, and Lainie is trying to get her life and the children back. She has successfully participated of a rehabilitation program, and is working in the production of a TV show. She is assigned to interview Harry Brewer (Jonathan Higgins), a famous baseball player. In the end of the day, while travelling back home, Lainie has a car accident in an isolated road, and Harry coincidentally offers to help her. He invites her to go to his house and call a truck. Lainie accepts the invitation, and Harry indeed wants to rape her. While trying to self-defend, an incident happens with Harry, turning the life of Lainie upside-down, when Det. Webster (Linden Ashby) investigates the disappearance of Harry and Lainie is threatened of losing her daughters. “A Woman Hunted” is a good low budget thriller, having good performances of the cast and a very reasonable screenplay, including an excellent plot point in the end of the story. It is a good entertainment hooking the attention of the viewer until the end of the story.