A young woman looking to escape her life is rescued on the highway by a friendly couple in an RV. But as the miles pass the couple's motives come into question and a strange mother/daughter relationship evolves.
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David Mickey Evans
Nina Patterson (Katheryn Winnick) hears voices that almost drove her to jump off a building. Four years later, she's a lot better and trying to attend medical school. She works late nights in the hospital MRI unit. Michael Cooper comes in for an MRI. Then her mentor Dr. Bill Strand tells her that Cooper died despite that the scan looked clean to her. She is romantically pursued by the eager programmer Jimmy Holland.
I like the idea of a woman recovering from mental illness running across a murder mystery. I also like Katheryn Winnick and she fits this role well. The problem is that the movie never exceeds the TV production values. It's not as tense as I hope and the final reveal is too convoluted. It needs to clean up the last 10 minutes. This has the potential to be a better than most TV thrillers.
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