Synopsis: A detective hunts down a killer using video footage shot by the victims of a massacre at an abandoned gas station.
Director(s): Olatunde Osunsanmi
Production: RLJ Entertainment
  1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
94 min


Such a nice light.

It's perfect.

What are you

thinking about?


That just two years ago,

I was back home

in Kansas,

working at my dad's

flower shop.

I remember dreaming

of this moment.

Being up on the stage

was all I ever

thought about.

All those acting classes...

Then you

met me.

Now look at us.

I mean, you're filming

this documentary,

and if this play

goes well, this could be it.

What's the matter


- Leann?

- Hmm?

- Give me that.

- No, no, no.

Last time,

you nearly broke it.

Okay, fine. Hi.

- Hi, Rachel.

- Hello, everyone.

Oh, is little

director shy?

- A little bit.

- Oh, but you're so cute.

You're so annoying.

Nobody wants to see me.

Oh, wow!

Don't get that close.

I see something

on your head.

There's all kinds of

disasters happening here.

Please let me just

film you again,

because you're what

everybody cares about.

No, but you're

so frickin' cute.

Compromise. We'll both

get in there, okay?

At least

you're in it.

Even though I look like a

goddamn goblin next to you.

Okay, so, America,

are you ready...

Oh, God.

For the story of

leann hookplat...

From the girl

next door...

- To America's...

- (Static)


what's the deal?

The fire corrupted

a lot of the video.

Okay, fast-forward it to the truck yard.

That's all that matters.

No, no, no.

- We need to see the details,

the relationships. - It's not relevant.

- It doesn't matter.

- Everything on this tape matters.

You heard him.

All right.

The truth had cut me like

the grim reaper's blade itself.

Any man who wields

the power of life and death

is a man that holds

the power of God.

That is true greatness.

And though life

may be short,

and death sudden,

true greatness

lasts forever.


Oh, my God! There's

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