Bart Bromley is a highly intelligent night clerk with Asperger Syndrom. When a woman is murdered during his shift, Bart becomes the prime suspect. As the police investigation closes in, Bart makes a personal connection with a beautiful guest named Andrea, but soon realizes he must stop the real killer before Andrea becomes the next victim.Written by
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It's a very interesting story, which develops well. Bart is a fascinating character, who's motives for doing what he does are sincere and innocent in his own way, buy invasive and voyeuristic.
The ending should have been so much better, if anything I thought it spoiled what was otherwise a very good film, the story builds and develops gradually, but the ending was harsh and abrupt.
Always great to see Helen Hunt, but the star of the show is of course Tye Sheridan, who's performance is actually captivating, what an amazingly talented young man he is. I'm sure we'll be seeing a lot of him in the future.
Boy oh boy this was good, 7/10.
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