After a violent home invasion leaves him in a coma and his wife deeply traumatized, a mild-mannered husband awakens to find out that one of the attackers is still on the loose. As they try ... See full summary »

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John Balazs
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Matt Theo ... Noah Tate
Hayley Beveridge Hayley Beveridge ... Madeline Tate
Richard Norton ... Detective John Bennett
Tottie Goldsmith ... Elizabeth Bennett
Melissa Barlas Melissa Barlas ... Officer Patricia Davidson
Natasha Maymon ... Sophia Ogden
Tony Kotsopoulos ... Officer Tommy Wells
Jasper Bagg ... Randy Cooke
Nic Stevens ... Rebecca
Stephen Degenaro ... Intruder #1 Anthony Bridgewater
Marcus Merkoski Marcus Merkoski ... Intruder #2 Robert Conway
Steve Gration Steve Gration ... Ted
Josette Bradley Josette Bradley ... Barbara
Erin Profilio ... Dr. Whitmore
Adam Rowland ... Geelong Detective
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After a violent home invasion leaves him in a coma and his wife deeply traumatized, a mild-mannered husband awakens to find out that one of the attackers is still on the loose. As they try to move on with their lives, one day his nearly-despondent wife spots the attacker, opening up a twisted tale of brutal revenge where all isn't as it seems.

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Love can make you do terrible things

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Thriller

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Filmed in only 22 days across various locations in Melbourne, Australia. See more »

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Man shoots through door several times at man on other side but when detective is doing a report sweep he goes to door and no holes are there. He even tells fellow detective that shots were fired through door. See more »

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Very rewarding film if you make it to the end.
9 March 2021 | by synapes_2525See all my reviews

I'll start by saying that this is a long film. Its a two and a half hour slow burning noir. But I never really felt it drag or the tension become weak throughout. It keeps you you guessing all the way through and makes it impossible to see the ending, which I must applaud both the screenwriter and director for not taking the easy, Hollywood "all is well with the world' approach. Made for $150k,it looks top notch and the production values are up there with the mainstream. There were some parts where the acting was questionable however after looking these actors up online, I can very quickly see that this is their first film so top points for carrying it as well as they did. I was pleasantly surprised at how invested I was throughout the film and its definitely a film for those who are looking for something different and outside the convenient "fast food" viewing. A nod back to the old days of cinema.


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Australia

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February 2021 (USA) See more »

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AUD152,000 (estimated)
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