This short film is divided into three sections; the first is the story of a young boy who is abducted by a stranger and never seen again. Section two has the actor that played the child come on screen to assure viewers that he was only playing a part. But he also reminds them that real-life abductions and tragedies do happen. He also tells his audience exactly what he did wrong in the story. The scenario is then replayed a final time with the child following the right steps; thus avoiding abduction. This is a powerful yet sensitive way to educate youngsters about stranger-danger.'