For three years, F.B.I. Profiler Cyrus Vendelin has been on the trail of a serial killer obsessed with identity, and the destruction thereof. Leonard Marshall Eccleston abducts his methodically selected victims, and proceeds to free them of their fabricated lives and identities. In his twisted mind, their deaths signal their rebirth into new ones. As a criminal profiler, Vendelin must project himself into the mind of a psychopath. In order to catch a killer, he must think like him, see like him, feel like him. Though, where Vendelin ends, and Eccleston begins is a dark, shadowy place that none dare perceive. Will Vendelin be able to bring an end to Eccleston's madness before he claims another victim in the young and beautiful Jennifer Watson? Over the course of this night, one will see exactly what he has become, and discover his true identity. Amidst all of this, F.B.I. Special Agent Christopher Mannix heads up a bureau task force to hunt down the night's darkest, most dangerous ... Written by
Nicholas J. Michalak
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The original shoot for the film's alleyway climax was in August, 2008. One actor pulled a hamstring during this shoot, and wasn't fully healed until wintertime. His re-shoots had to be delayed until March, 2009 when all the snow had melted to better match the location's summertime look. See more
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