When his girlfriend goes missing, David must track down her whereabouts after he realizes she's not who she was pretending to be.

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Zack Whedon

Writer:

Zack Whedon
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Aaron Paul ... David
Annabelle Wallis ... Claire
Garret Dillahunt ... John Hall
Chris Chalk ... Buck Cameron / Kyle
Zachary Knighton ... Charlie
Enver Gjokaj ... Aleksandr
Michael Kopsa ... Rezart
Terry Chen ... Det. Chris Sloan
Corey Schmitt ... Fisnik
Jessica Heafey ... Colleen
Colleen Winton ... Mrs. Garan
Alan O'Silva ... David - Torture Man
Tim Perez ... Mr. Yorkes
Valerie Tian ... Student
Sal Sortino ... Bus Driver
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When his girlfriend goes missing, David must track down her whereabouts after he realizes she's not who she was pretending to be.

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Rated R for language and some violence | See all certifications »

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Trivia

When David (Paul) and John Hall (Dillahunt) are riding in the SUV, when discussing Hall's leg injury, Hall states that after his surgery, he's "more metal than man at this point", followed by "Two years of physical therapy before I stopped walking like a zombie in one of those bad movies." This may be a reference to Garrett Dillahunt appearing as a Terminator in The Sarah Connor Chronicles (2008) and as John Dorie in Fear the Walking Dead (2015). See more »

Goofs

At 1.12.00 (and elsewhere in the movie) Aaron Paul "cocks" what seems to be a 9mm semi-automatic pistol. Semi-automatic pistols don't need to be "cocked" the way single action revolvers do -- they are by moving the slide toward the hammer, which "cocks" it automatically. See more »

Quotes

David: Why did you come here?
[shouts]
David: Tell me!
Aleksandr: Her.
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Soundtracks

Slip Inside This House
Performed by 13th Floor Elevators
Composed by Roky Erickson, Tommy Hall
(p) 1968 International Artists
Published by Charly Publishing Ltd.
An original International Artist Recording, Licensed from Licensemusic.com ApS., Courtesy of Charly Acquisitions
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Decent movie...
14 February 2017 | by marc_goldbergSee all my reviews

Not a bad movie at all! Much better then half the crap Hollywood puts out! Goes to show you that something so simple can be as effective as a huge budget blockbuster movie.

I'll start out that the first half of the movie had me very intrigued. The second half however changed. I thought the latter threw a 180 and went in the direction of action. I feel that if they would have toned it done some, or kept the plot linear to the first have the film would of turned out much better!

I thought the acting was well done from the two leads. Aaron Paul, I thought did a wonderful job! The female lead wad beautiful to look at, and needs more rolls. She is gorgeous! I Can't say much for her acting because her dialogue is mediocre.

I thought the musical score was great. The pacing worked okay for me. Well done to the director of this; good job.

All in all, very enjoyable movie for the first viewing. I would like to see more like this.

6.5 from me.


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Release Date:

11 November 2016 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Come and Find Me See more »

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$4,052
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