Synopsis: Five men wake up in a locked-down warehouse with no memory of who they are. They are forced to figure out who is good and who is bad to stay alive.
Genre: Crime, Drama, Mystery
Director(s): Simon Brand
Production: IFC
Rotten Tomatoes:
85 min

Oh, God.

Who are you?

Who the f*ck are you?


Hey, big boy. Woz?


- He's in the john.

- What?


Brockman, is that-

Why aren't you answerin' the cell?

Everything cool out there?

Yeah, it's, uh-

It's broken.

Uh, we're fine.


I can't hear you.

- I said we're fine.

- Good.

Snakeskin wants to know

if he left his piece out there.

- A Glock?

- Where?

I don't know.

In the desk.

Just a second.

- Yeah, it's here.

- Would you speak up? I can't hear you.

I said it's here.

Yeah, I knew it.

I told the fucking guy it was out there.

I don't know what

his problem is.

How's Coles?

He's fine.

So, how long

before you get back?

Aren't you a little antsy?

Who knows? Maybe- I don't know.

Maybe a couple hours.

We'll call you when it goes down.

And, Brockman...

don't go finishing things up there

till we're all done on our end.

- Yep.

- All right. I'm out of here.

The cops are all over us.

What's she doing?

Molina, we've got a problem.

- Ms. Coles.

- I know.

- You're only supposed to come

in here if something went wrong.

- I couldn't. I just-

- Molina.

- She's fine, Captain.

You've got to get her in there.


Full signal.

- Curtis, you got a clean signal?

- It's all good on this end.

Okay, Ms. Coles.

It's time.

Number 52.

All you gotta do is put it in and walk away.

That's all.

They kidnapped my husband

from his own building.

I just can't imagine what

else they're capable of...

what else

they might do when-

Ms. Coles, if they come within five feet of you,

we'll be all over 'em.

It's not taking this money to them that scares me.

It's what happens once I let go.

What happens to Bill then?

We won't let them get away.

Just bring my husband back,


He's all I have.

Hey, hey, hey.

Hey, hey, hey. Hey, hey.

- What?

- Talk to me. Talk to me.

Talk to me right now. Hey.

- Tell me what happened.

- I don't know what happened.

- Tell me what happened right now!

- I don't remember.

- Tell me what you know!

- Did you do this to me?

- Tell me what happened right now, goddamn it!

- Don't hit me anymore!

What's the last thing

you remember?

I don't know. Me waking up.

You smacking me around.

Please untie me.

W-Where are we?

What is this place?

- The desert.

- Desert?

That much I do know.

- Are they dead?

- No.

Well, it's gonna get real ugly when

these guys wake up. You better untie me.

I wouldn't do that if I were you.

Where the f*ck did this guy come from?

Don't listen to him. Hey, butt out!

Mind your own business!

Me and my friend, we got this

straightened out. We don't need your help.


Don't untie him, man.

And why not?

What the hell do you know?

He's tied up and we're not.


That's brilliant. This guy

doesn't know anything either.

Just think about it for a second, would you?

Somebody did this.

You know? And it makes sense

that they did it for a reason, right?


And what reason is that?

It's obvious, isn't it? Whatever side we're on,

it sure as hell ain't his.

What side?

What are you talking about?

We're not on sides.

This isn't teams.

We're all in this together!


Okay. You got me.

So, how the hell

did we get here?

I don't know.

- Yeah.

- McGahey, Anderson,

stand by. She's coming out.

Everyone, hold position.

Curtis, tell me when that thing moves.

Oh, shit. What the hell

happened to him?

He's been shot. He's lost

a hell of a lot of blood too. Take these.

Go up top and see

if you can unlock him.

No. These are too big.

These are car keys.

- Shit.

- You're gonna let him go and not me?

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