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After the death of his mother and sister, Hunter suddenly finds himself relegated to a life of paranoia and loneliness on the icy winter streets of Chicago. Dreaming of the life he's lost, he's increasingly haunted by horrifying memories and visions of the shadowy figures that took so much from him. He takes refuge in a local homeless shelter, and is enrolled in a program that rehabilitates the homeless through talk therapy. Running the program, Danielle attempts to help him grapple with his history, and explain the personal demons which continue to terrify him. After another homeless friend of Hunter's goes missing, seemingly at the hands of those shadowy figures, Hunter's fears become suddenly much more immediate. As he grows increasingly bold in his search for answers, and his newfound resolve brings him closer and closer to the truth, the dangerous figures he's pursing begin to mount their forces against him. As his personal demons seek to exploit his weaknesses to threaten all he...Written by
Strong acting and a great story. Excellent cinematography. Really shows off Chicago at its finest and in its underbelly of despair. It is a love story, a horror flick, and a story of revenge. Newcomer Jason Kellerman and his leading lady Rachel Cerza are well cast as the unrequited lovers seeking to find common ground and avenge their parents' untimely loss. Great showcase of the Windy City.
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