Synopsis: A young woman comes to in a roadside diner with no idea where she is or how she got there. Split between two timelines, she gets taken on a violent journey as she seeks out the person responsible for her lover's death.
Genre: Action, Thriller
Director(s): April Mullen
Production: Wango Films
88 min


Aster, we have to go!

They're gonna kill us!

I hope you're hungry.

Excuse me?

That's a lot of food, honey.

Here you are, boys.

- I'll be right back with your coffee.

Thanks, sweetie.

Two honks.

Here you go.

This isn't mine.

She's got a gun!

Put down the weapon

and get down on the ground!

She ain't gonna shoot no one,

are you, sweetie?

Hands up! Drop it!

Put it down, put it down!


Come on!

Put it down!

Put it down, hands up!

Get out, get out!

Ma'am? Are you all right?

I am now.

What the heck are

you doin' way out here?

Waiting for you.

Thank you, Roy.

She's got a gun!

- Drop the gun!

- We have to go!

Get over here.

Are you ready to

tell Cyrus tonight?


Wait, wait, wait.

- Cyrus doesn't like it if I'm late.

- Mmm-hmm.

Don't want

him to be mad at me.

We're leaving, doesn't

matter what he thinks.

Tell me more.

Come here.

Once we're gone

it's gonna be perfect, Gwenny.


Just like we always wanted.

Oh, my God.

- Hey, you've reached Aster...

- And Gwen!

Leave a message

and we'll get back to you.

Aster, it's me. I hurt

somebody, I think real bad.

I don't know

where I am, exactly.


I found a key,

the Starlight Inn.

Room 88.

I'm gonna go there, I guess.

If you could just come there

as soon as you can.

You get any fuel?

It means gas,

did you get any gas?

Do you know where

the Starlight Inn is?

Oh, yeah, sure. My ma has

a friend that works there.

Her name is Mary-Rose, or...

A waitress

is in critical condition...

No. Rose-Marie...

...after being gunned down

in Ginette's Diner on Route 79.

While no official

charges have been laid,

this photo was taken

at the scene of the crime.

...she used to date this guy,

Ken, or whatever, I'm not sure.

Maybe his name was

Bobby or something?

- Anyway...

- Do you know where it is?

It's two miles down the road,

Exit 103.

Uh... I don't think

you can do that in here.

What's your name?


Well, Derrick,

it's your lucky day.

See, I'm gonna let

you keep this car.

Because I don't

need it anymore.

Starlight Inn. Room 88.

Just come there

as soon as you can.

Now get this right,

Winks, don't f*ck it up.

It's not every day my girl

gets a 500 on the range.

I actually don't think

it's that big a deal.

Of course it is! You're

a natural with that thing.

Hold it up, hold it up!

Pretend you're tough.

Here, let me do it.

Come on,

Gwen, we have to get up.

Are you ready to

tell Cyrus tonight?

It's not

that easy, Aster.

I'll do it tonight.

I wanted to tell you that

Aster and I are

leaving town for a bit.

Sort of permanent, actually.

Just feel like I need a new

start, no more bartending.

Of course, I'm gonna

finish all my shifts here.

I hope you understand.

Nothing's ever

coming between us, Gwenny.

Gwenny's mine!

She always has been,

always will be!

With her and Aster skipping

town, there's a lot of loose ends.

- I'd say she's become expendable.


That prick Aster

has affected her mind.

We have to fix this!

Kill them both!

Gwenny and Aster have to die!


Aster, we have to go!

They're gonna kill us!

Gwenny's mine!


Winks? No.

Anything for you.

Such a charmer.

Now get this right,

Winks, don't f*ck it up.


Cyrus killed Winks,

he's dead in the tub!

- And Aster!

- Sorry, Gwenny.

But you're outta control.

What the f*ck

happened to you, Flamingo?

Everything's all fucked up!

What the f*ck's wrong with you?

Who are you?

- Come on, we have to go.

- No, please.

That guy almost

fucking shot you!

We have to go because shit is really

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