Her mother hugs her and tells her that she can always call her older brother if she needs something.
I did not hire my kid's nanny, my wife did.
Gary, his hand still over his eyes, asks where their parents are.
The parents say goodbye and Jenny watches them leave, a fake smile on her face.
She doesn't want anyone to know what's happened, but she needs his help.
As they weave around her collecting their things, her father reiterates the house rules: no friends over, no boys over, just a quiet day alone.
Gary looks horrified and awkward, trying to avoid looking at his sister in such a state.