Ron Levin, a wealthy businessman, has disappeared. No body is found, but there was a list with instructions in his house - a recipe for murder. Its author Joe Hunt is the defendant. The ... See full summary »
Jonathan leaves the office everyday at noon. When he gets home, he goes to sleep. Every morning he wakes up and there is a breakfast prepared for him along with a video telling him about the second part of his day.
Stephanie is a single mother with a parenting vlog who befriends Emily, a secretive upper-class woman who has a child at the same elementary school. When Emily goes missing, Stephanie takes it upon herself to investigate.
Wrongfully convicted for murder, Henri Charriere forms an unlikely relationship with fellow inmate and quirky convicted counterfeiter Louis Dega, in an attempt to escape from the notorious penal colony on Devil's Island.
When Joe and Dean tour one of the houses, the cameraman is briefly reflected in Dean's sunglasses as he steps outdoors. See more »
How can you not see how alone I am?
I do! It's this town! It's this town. They build you up to tear you down. You're never good enough. You know how hard it is to keep my stories straight?
The BBC is full of cash. The BBC's flushed out. Ron Levin's gone to New York. Ron Levin's gone for good!
What are you talking about? What does that even mean, "gone for good" ? Where's Ron Levin?... You know what? I don't wanna know.
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From what I remember of the whole incident this is telling the story from a way different perspective. Hunt, in this case, is a sympathetic character which is a complete 180 from what happened in real life. The real Hunt was something of a borderline sociopath and, here, he's portrayed as a socially inept wannabe who gets swept up in events not of his making.
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