Mara (Michelle Page) has come to Oregon to scatter her father's ashes but has a chance meeting a seemingly good-natured man named Jon (Bill Moseley). Her encounter goes terribly wrong and she soon finds herself at his mercy.
The film recently wrapped production in southern Oregon and according to KMTR.com there were weather obstacles that made things difficult, but added to the story's atmosphere. McClure even described the end result as "even more disturbing than what was on the page." Moseley has been enthusiastic about the film from the start and revealed that "It's so unlike a lot of the movies I have done." That's a positive sign coming from an actor whose filmography is no joke. This will be the first film that Moseley has appeared in with his girlfriend, Lucinda Jenney, who plays the lead "evil" female character. "It was very comfortable," Moseley said, adding that it saved time and effort in developing chemistry.
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