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 Norwegian director André Øvredal
was inspired to do a horror movie after attending a screening of The Conjuring
(2013). He immediately called his agent and told them that they should try and find a good horror script for him. A month later they showed him this script and he was immediately interested. See more
When Austin and Tommy get in the elevator, Austin is trying to close the inner doors while Tommy is hitting the buttons. Tommy then pushes Austin aside and stands close to the cabin entrance with his left hand on the inner door. The next cut-scene, however, from inside the elevator, shows Tommy back at the middle of the cabin, slowly inching towards the doors. The next cut-scene from outside the elevator shows Tommy back at the original position, standing close to the entrance of the elevator with his left hand on the door. 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
Written by Michael Richard Hendrix
Performed by Tennessee River Crooks
Courtesy of Fervor Records See more