Synopsis: When her sister disappears, Jill is convinced the serial killer who kidnapped her two years ago has returned, and she sets out to once again face her abductor.
Director(s): Heitor Dhalia
Production: Summit Entertainment
Rotten Tomatoes:
94 min

-Are you going to say hi?

-Maybe tomorrow after my final.

Right now I've got to become an expert

on marginal productivity theory.

I'd ask you what that is,

but then I'm afraid you'd tell me.

You need anything?

I got ups, downs, sideways.

That's very supportive.

What's a few meds between sisters? Huh?

You were in the park today, weren't you?

You promised you wouldn't.

-You know what? I'm sorry. I just...

I try.

Every day.

How would you feel if I came home drunk?

I'd hate it.

That's right. You'd lose your shit.

So don't tell me not to be mad.

I got it!

Hey. Billy's cousin gets in tomorrow

and we need to know

about dinner Sunday night.

Oh, right.

Hold on.

Instead of waiting to get better

before you meet a guy,

why don't you meet a guy

and see if that helps you get better?

Please. It's one stupid dinner,

and he's really cute.

I promise. And he's smart.

You'll like him. I know it.

We'll let you know in the morning, okay?

-I got to move your car. it's blocking mine.

-Here. Drive mine.

Thanks. Don't work too hard.


There you go, sweetie.

Hey. Hey!

Relax. Relax.

Settle down.

-Okay, I'll do it.

Do what?

I'll go to dinner with you guys.

-Yay! Thank you.

-What's the worst that can happen, right?

-You have fun.


-Are you going to bed?

-Yeah. I'll finish studying in the morning.

Wake me up when you get home, okay?

-Okay. It'll be 6:30.

-That's perfect.

Ooh, and bring me back something sweet

so we can get fat together after my test.

Okay, it's a deal.

-Hey, my other line. it's Billy.

-All right, sweet dreams.

Love you.

-She said yes to Sunday.

Oh, that's great.

And the next sound you will hear

is me brushing my teeth.

Pretty please.

No way. If I come over now,

we won't get to bed for hours,

and I still have a ton of reading to do.

Fine. Fine. I'll just have to hug my pillow.

You leave that poor thing alone.

Or I could drive over there right now.

-In and out, 10 minutes.


That's very considerate.

Good night, Billy.

Here's the damage.


Sir, do you want anything else?

Just the check.

-Here you go.


Three grilled cheese.

-Hey, did you go to Prospect?

-Yeah, when you were in sixth grade.

Really? You don't look that old.

Dude, give it up.

You got no chance.

Plus, hello? I'm right here.

I know I've seen you before.

Are you famous or something?

Yeah. That's why I work here,

to keep myself humble.

It's your lucky day.

Look what I got on a cup of coffee.

-Look what he gave me for nothing.

But that's not your station.

He usually is.

He's a regular and he's moving away.

See what happens when you're nice

to people? Good things happen.

Okay, I'll see you Monday.

-Hold on. I'm going to walk you to your car.

-I'm right outside.

What, you don't believe me?

Sleep sweet.

Good night.

Rise and shine!

Time to get up.


Do you hear that sound?

It's me not laughing.

Come on, Molly!

(ON VOICEMAIL) Hey, it's Molly.

Leave a message.

Hey, it's me. Call me as soon as you get this.

Immediately, no matter what. Okay, bye.

BILLY ON VOICEMAIL: Hi. I'm too cool

to come to the phone right now.

Billy, it's Jill. I just need you to call me

when you wake up.

Thanks. Bye.

Sergeant Powers.

Jill. Hi. I'm a little busy right now.

-It's urgent.


-Right here?

-Why not?

Uh, he's back.

He came back for me.

He broke into my house,

took my sister because I wasn't there.

That's my sister, Molly. Um...

Well, I moved into the house

about six months ago,

and about a month ago,

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Allison Burnett

Allison was born in Ithaca, New York, and raised in Cleveland Heights, Ohio. He later moved to Evanston, Illinois, where he attended Evanston Township High School and graduated from Northwestern University. He later studied playwriting as a fellow of The Juilliard School. His debut novel, Christopher, was a finalist for the 2004 PEN Center USA ... more…

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