More than two decades after she was falsely accused of murdering a schoolboy and was driven out of town, Tilly (Winslet) returns to the town of Dungatar to care for her ailing and mentally ill mother (Davis). After one of Tilly's homemade dresses makes a dramatic splash at a local football game, she's approached by many of the town's women, and asked to make them their own extravagant and stylish dresses. Once again feeling accepted by the people of Dungatar, Tilly begins to dig into the long-buried events surrounding the boy's death in the hope of clearing her name once and for all.
After being discharged from the military due to an injury, Edward Snowden (Gordon-Levitt) is hired by the CIA, and, eventually, the NSA. Although he is good at the work, he becomes increasingly disillusioned by the ethics of the tasks that he's asked to perform. When he comes to realize that the surveillance being performed by the NSA may be illegal, Snowden decides to go public with what he knows, setting in motion a series of events that change his life forever.
John (Chestnut) and Laura Taylor (Hall) are a young and happily married couple who discover that, despite desperately wanting to be parents, Laura cannot conceive. After exhausting the many fertility treatment options, they hire Anna (Sinclair) to be the surrogate mother of their child. Unbeknownst to them, Anna is planning to scam the couple by demanding even more money, but her own plans are thrown into jeopardy when she finds herself drawn to John in unhealthy ways. As Anna's obsession with the father-to-be grows, John and Laura find themselves caught in a psychological game with their baby and their marriage hanging in the balance.