Cox and Hirsch play father and son coroners who receive a mysterious homicide victim with no apparent cause of death. As they attempt to identify the beautiful young "Jane Doe," they discover increasingly bizarre clues that hold the key to her terrifying secrets.
Every body has a secret.
Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for bloody horror violence, unsettling grisly images, graphic nudity, and language
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Did You Know?
The names "John Doe" or "John Roe" for men, "Jane Doe" or "Jane Roe" for women, "Johnny Doe" and "Janie Doe" for children, or just "Doe" non-gender-specifically are used as placeholder names for a party whose true identity is unknown or must be withheld in a legal action, case, or discussion See more
In the final scene, where the police are in the lab, the numbers XXVII on the board are written again the same way as their were in the first place, before they changed between shots. See more
Sheriff, you gotta get down here.
We got an ID on her?
No, sir. No relation to Paul and Carol.
Well, for now, she's a Jane Doe.
At the end of the "Special thanks" section, the last entry is the single word: "Troll". André Øvredal's previous movie was "Troll Hunter" (2010). See more
References The Notebook
Love You All I Can
Written by Ronald Gardner (BMI)
Performed by The Bootmen
Published by Valet Publishing Company (BMI)
The Bootmen appear courtesy of Etiquette Records
Under license by Ford Music Services See more