A young girl is kidnapped during a powerful storm. Her mother joins forces with her mysterious neighbour to set off in pursuit of the kidnapper. Their journey will test their limits and expose the dark secrets of their past.

  • Released: 2022-09-23
  • Runtime: 107 minutes
  • Genre: Action, Drama, Thrillers
  • Stars: Allison Janney, Jurnee Smollett, Logan Marshall-Green, Ridley Asha Bateman, Matt Craven, Greyston Holt, Daniel Bernhardt, RJ Fetherstonhaugh, Andres Collantes, Marci T. House, Toby Levins, Jaycie Dotin, Roman Mitichyan
  • Director: Anna Foerster
  • kellylduncan - 6 January 2023
    Loved this! Well worth a watch!
    Allison Janney is awesome in the lead role, in fact the whole cast were amazing. The action was good, very believable. Loved the story, it was well paced and not drawn out like some with constant sweeping scenery shots and boring long monotonous monologues.

    I didn't find it predictable as some have said, but I was just watching to relax for the afternoon.

    What I also loved is that I could watch an entertaining show, with a good, interesting storyline, with strong female leads, who are dressed appropriately for the story and at no point are put into situations where that changes. That is a very refreshing change!
  • kirk_handren - 12 December 2022
    A good performance in a bad movie.
    I'm a Janney fan, and while the movie started oddly & slowly, 20 min in I was thinking "this is ok, certainly holding my attention". Then it spirals into absurdity. The old adage about "write what you know about" - there's a reason for that. This screenplay turned laughable/stupid as it progressed. The biggest laugh - the CIA having her on their capture/kill list, because she threatened to expose that the US was complicit in the regime downfall in Iran. Wow, the rest of the world has know this for at least 40 years, but the all-knowing CIA has been 'after' her for threatening to expose this, even though they've been unable to locate her while living in the US for decades, Is this exhibit 275 in the case of 'Why don't Americans know anything about their own history?' When she goes full Ninja warrior killing two rouge army special forces types while incurring serious injuries, but goes on to more hand to hand combat - after having her accomplice pull a camping axe out of her chest ('merely a flesh wound'), and the accomplice turns out to be her daughter-in-law (even though she's unaware of it, because she doesn't know Janney's crazed son is her abusive husband who she thought was dead . . . It goes on & on. And the closing scene, with a shadowy character - presumably CIA agent - watching the next generation of potential whistle blowers . . . Please, stop the madness/ dumb writing. Can Janney need money? Otherwise why would she lend her undeniable talents to this claptrap. Save yourself & skip this foolishness.