Bart Bromley is a highly intelligent night clerk with Asperger Syndrom. When a woman is murdered during his shift, Bart becomes the prime suspect. As the police investigation closes in, Bart makes a personal connection with a beautiful guest named Andrea, but soon realizes he must stop the real killer before Andrea becomes the next victim.Written by
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Great psychological thriller that makes you think!
Those who are creeped out by Tye Sheridians character watching the hotel guests are looking at this act through the wrong set of eyes. His character Bart says he has to practice to be social so he is learning and mimicking what people say to be able to fit in better. It's more cerebral and those who don't like to think will not
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