It is rare to come across a serial killer film that tries, and more importantly succeeds, in approaching the subject from a different perspective. Drawing on influences from The Silence Of Lambs to Insomnia, Caspian Tredwell-Owen has created a chilling thriller that belies his relative inexperience.
Saul Aitkin (Gabriele Angieri) is a former FBI profiler who is drawn out of retirement to provide his experienced insight into a baffling case. Someone is abducting and murdering unconnected victims and then disposing of the bodies after horrifically disfiguring them. As Saul and ambitious Special Agent Rachel Cade (Emily Frandenburgh) investigate they encounter a killer whose motives and actions remain elusively unpredictable and Saul must call upon all of his experience to prevent further victims and ultimately save his own life.