When JACK (60) is released from a long prison sentence, he catches a ride to a secluded motel in the middle of desert country. Upon arriving, he spots a suspicious-looking man - Victor - in possession of a little girl. Her face hides a fear that Jack intuitively picks up on. They disappear in to the motel. After an encounter with Bill, the grotesque building manager who notices Jack's ex-con status from his lack of luggage, dated clothes and tattooed hand, Jack checks in to his room. Jack reveals an old photo of a young girl with a number on the back. He cannot bring himself to call. He showers, revealing a body littered with scars and tattoos. Finally, Jack calls Katie - the girl in the photo and his now-grown daughter. However, she wants nothing to do with him, not after what has happened in the past: something unforgettable. Something linked to the violence. Night falls. A car screeches to a halt outside and Jack watches as an enraged Victor storm in to his room. Eavesdropping, ...
Did You Know?
It's OK. They're not... they're not going to hurt you anymore.
But you got hurt.
Maybe I deserved it.