Driving cross-country, Ray and his wife and daughter stop at a highway rest area where his daughter falls and breaks her arm. After a frantic rush to the hospital and a clash with the check-in nurse, Ray is finally able to get her to a doctor. While the wife and daughter go downstairs for an MRI, Ray, exhausted, passes out in a chair in the lobby. Upon waking up, they have no record or knowledge of Ray's family ever being checked in.
Director: Brad Anderson
Writer: Alan B. McElroy
Released: 11 Oct 2019
Movie Video Clips
- I'm talking at the most basic level. Do you think a truly bad person can become good? And vice versa?
- ..Experiencing the hottest September on record. And authorities are reminding us all to conserve energy.. so turn down those thermostats.. and try not to blast that Air Conditioning. Now, we go
- It's unexpected. Is it really?
- I've got a question to ask you.
- Yeah? I think we've been dating long enough.. that I can ask you this question.
- Why the fuck don't you have anything on your walls?
- - What? - Like.. posters, paintings.. family pictures? A picture of a kitten hanging on a branch saying "hang in there".
- I've never been big on decorating. Well, I could buy you something.
- Tell me what you like. I don't know, you choose. Okay. Wrong answer. That is what you always say. I do? Especially in bed.
- Really? Yeah, you're very.. conventional, when it comes to having sex. It kept you coming back here. I'm not saying it's bad. Baby.. you're hot. And.. you got a great cock.
- But you know.. we can.. we can try things that are different.
- I guess i'm just a meat and potatoes kind of guy. Are you sure about that?
- This is why we've never gone serious. I'm just not that kind of girl. What about if i put up some posters?
- Why do i want to mess up a good thing?
- Hey! Hey! Help me! Please!
- Hey, hey.. Hey sweetheart.. it was just a bad dream. Come to bed.
- Two cobbs and a chicken masala. Is the fish done yet? Give me a second please. Alright, you know i don't like it when they whine. Almost done, okay? Dylan, you look like shit, man. Are you alri
- This seriously might get infected.
- You need to see a doctor. I don't like doctors. Well.. have fun losing your arm. Thanks, mom.
- Hey. I'd love to, i've got company. Who is it? One sec. It's my buddy Johnny. He's getting a bunch of people gather for the Saint's game. - Oh my God, let's do it. - No. Yes! Really? All w
- Okay, we'll be right over. Do you need anything?
- What do you want to pick up? Maybe grab the chips, i'll get the beer.
- - What? - Hey.. They're good. We're getting them.
- You want American or imported?
- Dylan? Dylan! What the fuck's going on? Where did you go? You're okay, look at me. You're okay.
- I don't understand, so this has happened before then? You don't have to tell me that, i don't understand it anymore than you do. I'm fucking terrified. I feel like i'm falling apart.
- I'll call as soon as i get there, okay? You can't tell me where you're going? I can't say it.
- Try, my mouth might inform the worst.
- Well.. he's in his office. Okay. You know the wing? Yeah. Nice to..
- The prodigal son returns, i suppose.
- I had to leave. I already lost over 2 years to this place. Consider yourself lucky. Most of my patients never wake up, period. Do not give me the miracle speech.. I'm not feeling to miraculous
- I've been having these episodes. It was in a convinient store. Next thing i know, i was coming to a parking lot. It feels like i go somewhere else entirely. And the things I see..
- they're really horrible. Has anything else changed since you left? I'm as blank as i ever was.. I have no idea who I am. Or my life before i woke up here. Sounds to me like your memories are co
- Can i ask you a question? Go ahead. Do you think I'm dead? You think this is a dream.. I don't know where you're getting at but as your doctor.. I can assure you of two things. One, people in a
- The MRI confirmed that there's no structural damage. These give me.. a peak.. of your brain in action. If you have an episode.. it's gonna tell me what's going on.
- You were sleepwalking. I wasn't dreaming, it was real. I could hear it. I could smell it, and I could taste it. You were in the deepest stages of REM when this occured.
- I came here terrified there was a tumor in my head. But you know what, there is not a medical explanation for what happened to me..
- I disappeared from this room. I came back in the hallway. In between, I went somewhere else. It sounds like neurogical malfunctioning. It sounds to me, your doctor, we need to continue testing yo
- My memory goes back just under 3 years. I don't know who i am. I know my time tables, I know how to go to the store.. but anything personal, it's gone. Dylan White isn't even your real name, i
- Dylan.. They ran your fingerprints, right? Nothing. That means you've never been arrested. You've never been arrested, you don't have a criminal record.
- Wait a second. - Sir, can I borrow your paper for a second? Thank you. - Sure. What is it?
- I've seen this number before. - Are you sure? - Yeah.
- It's in New Orleans port area.
- Hey, wait a minute. Dylan, you want to drive an hour or so to.. some house.. because you think you've seen this number in a dream? - It's more like a shitty motel. - That's not my point. I know
- Well, well. Haven't seen you for a while. You want the usual? Yeah, sure. Alright, 101 it is. Just sign right there.
- How much is it? - $20. - Sure.
- Whiskey and Abita taster, please.
- I'm trying to please you. - Oh yeah? - Uh um. Funny. I've been doing the same thing. Trying to please me? Trying to please myself. You're a funny guy.
- I'd like to think you don't remember.
- You used to come in with Quincy, didn't you? Cause then i would've seen you but never met you. It's not like you're someone i hang out with.
- He's not that bad, is he? You're a funny funny guy. Quincy's not that bad? He's like a.. He's like a soft little bunny rabbit.
- I haven't seen you around, what have you been up to? This and that, you know.
- Since we never officially met.. Marlena.
- Another round here for me and my friend.
- Why should I care about this? Because he was asking about you. People ask about me all the time. That's how i earn my money, that's my business. He looked familiar, you know? Like I've seen him
- Lot of people. People. I see criminals, all of them, fucking criminals.
- Are you done wasting my time here? Sorry. - I just.. - You just what?
- Don't you got things to attend to? Yeah. - You got it. - Good.
- - Oh fuck. - Hey. - Good morning to you, sunshine. - What? Afternoon, actually. Coffee's brewing.
- Don't worry. I didn't take advantage of you.
- I would've, you passed out cold at 5 AM.
- I feel like shit. Yeah, tell me about it and i gotta go to work. What do you do? I dance at Passions. Cool. The manager hates me, put me on the day shift. Believe me, i work for every dollar.
- The shipment came in. Good. Can we get it unloaded tonight? - No, we gotta wait three days. - Three days? - Why? - It's the only way we can avoid that prick at customs. You think it'll go bad?
- Some sick shit. Must be chilly up there on your moral high ground.
- Can i help you? Yeah, i was wondering if..
- I'm so sorry.. you haven't been here for a while. I'll get Mike.
- Hey, it's Holly. Jaron's here to see you. Yeah, that's him. I'm good with faces.
- Do.. - you want something to drink? - No, thank you.
- Jaron. What brings you back, brother? I was in the neighborhood.
- You haven't been here for a couple years. About three. Where you've been? North of here, you know, way out of the city.
- It's none of my business. I just want to let you know it's no big thing. Come on back, come on back.
- Quincy's looking to buy? Yeah, he told me to stop by. You tell him i said thank you. I'd love to be in business with him again. I got some new stuff he'd like, let me show you.
- You can't tell right of, three times the usual power. - Yeah? - Try it out. Just charge it, quick try it out. Okay.
- There's nothing it won't stop. Here's the other thing.
- The latest in tranq-gun. I know the laws are little dicey.. when it comes to using them on humans, the way I figured though.. I'd rather have you drop me with this.. than a real bullet. That's
- - You mind if I.. - Yeah, yeah.
- I know, i know. Quincy's got to see them first. You're good for it. You want both?
- He's gonna want to see both, yeah.
- You'll be back with an answer soon, right? Like always, okay? That's right, like always. - Good seeing you, brother. - Yeah.
- It's gonna be a fucking mess in there. Who cares, open it up.
- Get in the van. Gt in the van! In the van!
- You didn't give them buckets to shit in? That container was in the sun for three days. They're probably drinking their own piss. Make sure you get their mouths washed out. We're missing one.
- Shit! We got a dead one in here.
- Fuck. Alright, get her wrapped up and throw her in the river. Get these back, put her in the van. Get back in there!
- Sit down! Get them cleaned up.
- One second. Hang on. Okay, hang on.
- You're gonna invite me in or i'm gonna have to bust it down? Hold on.
- Hey. Just wanted to say.. - Hey. - Hi.
- Jesus. I could have one bitch of a day. I can see that. You want? God, yeah. I had beer too.
- Thank you. For liabation. Chin-chin.
- I've been thinking. Yeah? Try to avoid that.
- Do you think that.. people can change? I'm talking to the most basic level, do you think that.. a truly bad person can become good and vice versa? I don't know. I think most people are just di
- Do you worry about stuff like that?
- What the hell are you talking about?
- Do you worry if you're a good person?
- That's not what i meant. I asked you a question.
- How bad are you? Tell me how bad you were.
- I have a girl. - Fuck. - Asshole!
- Call me. Do you know where i could find Quincy? I don't know, Saturn's usually the place.
- Hello? Hey. - Hey you.. - How are you? Good, what's going on? Where are you? I'm still at the port. How's it going? Good. You're getting any answers finding out anything? Yeah, yeah.. I am.
- My real name is Jaron. Jaron? No way. You're much more of a Dylan. I am? Jaron sounds like.. a basketball player. Anything else?
- People assumed that i've been in prison. That's why i've been away. Come home now.
- I can't. Yes, you can. I don't care what you did down there. Just please, come home.
- - What? Not even hello? - Hey. Hi Quincy.
- It's good to see you back here.
- I've been wrapping up a few things.. You didn't afford to come in.. for your old mate Quincy?
- Why don't we go upstairs to the office? We can catch up on old times. It's quieter up there.
- - Here? - Yeah, you remember the old office.
- Are you good? Couldn't be better. Yourself? Yeah.
- Actually I've been working as a cook for a while. Get the fuck out of here, a chef? Yeah.
- Bit different from what i used to do, huh? Yeah, i'd say.
- I can't believe you nearly walked passed me down there.
- Sorry, i was distracted. - Things changed. - Yeah. Look at me, i'm reevaluating my spiritual believes. Oh yeah? You tend to do that when you bump into some motherfucker that you killed three ye
- I don't know what you're talking about. Who did you tell about our little operation that's going on here?
- Did you check him for a wire? He's clean.
- I swear i don't remember anything. I don't believe you.
- I was in a coma. I woke up not remembering who i was.
- You don't remember who you was? I don't remember anything. How the fuck did you end up back here then? I saw a picture in the papers.. I recognized the building. And i came here.
- Did I ever tell you how i got Jesus Vasquez to talk? Of course you didn't. Cause you don't fucking remember nothing.
- Reggie, get my little package, please.
- She's not my girlfriend. - Really? - Yeah. She's not my girlfriend. I just met her, okay? You don't mind if Reggie does this then, do you?
- That's better, darling. We need you awake for this.
- She has nothing to do with this!
- I'm bored of you acting dumb, Jaron.
- Oh my God. You want to start talking now?
- You got one more chance. Or you're next.
- We were in business together, that's all i know. Some kind of business.
- Let's have a little chat. Sit down.
- Neat little party trick, huh?
- You realize how unique you are, don't you? This has only happened once or twice before. This sliding back and forth that you're doing.
- You are still having trouble reconciling yourself to my presents.. i need you to snap out of it.
- This place has many names.. I was always fond of the Greek Tartarus.
- It's out of vogue these days, which is unfortunate. This can't be real. If i had a dime for everytime i heard that. It'd be more than a road of good intentions leading here. It's not happening.
- It's not like i imagine.. Which way i fly is hell, I myself am hell.
- Milton and Dante were spinning dark fantasies.. the capacity of the human minds to.. cling to fairytales is just staggering. - So who are you? - I have many names too.
- You can think of me as a guy.. who got into really bad fight with his boss. Did you create this place? I did not. Where do you think i fell to?
- I feel like it's killing me. Cause it is. You were supposed to die. The coma you were in was supposed to segway quite nicely into death. You had one foot in the grave, so to speak. But i woke u
- But now you're half here half there.. and everytime you come.. you stay a little longer. You leave a little more of yourself behind. And pretty soon you'll be mine like you're supposed to be.
- I am damned? The boy gets it.
- The things i see here, they tied to what i did. They're abstractions. Representation of past, present, and future.
- Nightmare logic, as you once put it. I like that. I mean, why be obvious?
- You have an eternity to figure it out.
- Come on. Wait til we get to the really good stuff. Why is this happening now? I've been awake for over a year. Let's just say there's no such thing as coincidence.
- You've been giving me clues. Have I? If I figured it out, can i have a way of ending up here? Just remember you're talking to. I don't know what I did. Best amnesia.
- You want something. I always do. But you do too.
- You're running out of time. Tick tock, tick tock.
- - I've a parting gift to you. - What? Your memory.
- St Helia. The Patron Saint of Attrition. I've never seen anyone light it before. I don't know what attrition is.
- It's.. imperfect grace. Repents out of fear of damnation. Not the love of God. It ain't the right one? I'm surprised that there's even a candle for it. Many people consider attrition a sin. Ho
- Come on, everybody that comes in here want something in return. Some do. Others come to seek enlightment. And others come because they've been grazed by the Holy Spirit. Sometimes.. all three.
- How about you? You feel Christ has led you here? Different guy, same employer. I'm not exactly sure I know what you.. Long story.
- Listen.. I'm sorry for asking this, but.. you don't look well. Are you sick?
- Would you like for me to hear your confession?
- I think i'm way passed that. Hey.. no matter how big your sin is..
- God has seen it before. And others have surpassed it.
- No.. remember, judgement.. is God's job. Let's hope so.
- You keep up the good work, there will plenty more where that came from.
- It's for you to understand. You can do pretty much anything you want to.. you can tell her your problems, fuck her in the ass, i don't care. Just don't hit them in the face, they gotta work. Al
- Okay. You want one of the young ones? They're barely budding. The older ones aren't quite as ripe.. but they know what they're doing.
- Do you feel it? He's so strong. My baby.
- I saw his father back in my country and..
- - Mitcha. - Yo. We need to talk.
- One of the girls saw me clipped Williams. How do you know?
- This is bullshit, it's not signed, we'll never know who it is. That's the point. What?
- These girls get talking. They're gonna come up with some crazy ideas.. and see if they can get a deal for amnesty. If they get out, which they won't. What about if one of them talk to a client
- You can't be serious. When was the last time you congratulate me.. on my sense of humor? Okay. There are million different ways we can handle this. Okay.
- What? There's a conscience building up in there, now is it? I'll beef up security. I'll keep them quiet. Me, I'll do it. Listen, they'll all fucking OD or get sick anyway. I say we take the ga
- Yeah. Now get the fuck out of my way. Now.
- You must have a fucking death wish.
- Stop playing around! We killed them. You're fucking righteous with me?
- You worked, and you enjoy the fucking money.
- What the fuck is going on here? Welcome back. You brought me a present. Who is this?
- And? You know that old saying.. "truth will set you free"? That's bullshit right there. The truth that got me here.. That's interesting.
- You're trying to make a deal?
- He's yours. Always has been. What are you talking about? I am in the midst of a discussion.. Yeah? Fucking try and discuss this.
- Come on. You don't want anything?
- Do you know what it's like to.. not have a clue who you are? When i left the hospital, I was searching.. and everything that I did.. it's to feel what kind of person I was. Good people recycle,
- I don't know how else to say it.
- I have no use for you anymore.
- I've had enough of this fucking shit.
- You really shouldn't have done that.
- We're gonna have a lot of fun.
- Ring leader, Quincy Roland, presumed dead by police. They've closed investigation of the human trafficking and prostitution ring. In other news, it is still a hot one. The Department of Water an
- You're gonna tell me what happened down there?
Ray Monroe - Sam Worthington
Joanne Monroe - Lily Rabe
Peri Monroe - Lucy Capri
Dr. Jacobs - Adjoa Andoh
Dr. Berthram - Stephen Tobolowsky
Officer Childes - Lauren Cochrane
Officer Griggs - Shane Dean
Dr. Lucado - Chris Sigurdson
Security Guard Jeff - Chad Bruce
Orderly Drew - Gabriel Daniels
Nurse Anne - Stephanie Sy
Receptionist #1 - Marina Stephenson Kerr
Admissions Clerk / Scrub Nurse - Dorothy Carroll
Dr. Bruce Volk / Orderly - Erik Athavale
Receptionist #2 (as Natalie Bailey) - Natalie Malaika
Store Cashier - Muriel Hogue
Dale Fellows - Eric Roesler-Yue
Dale's Mother - Liberty Des Roches
Paramedic / Anesthesiologist - Jeff Strome
Medican Intern / Janitor - Ernesto Griffith
Knitting Woman - Cheryl Soluk
Mother with Infant - Miranda Weins
Sick Man - Adrian McLean
State Cop #1 - Will Woytowich
State Cop #2 - Jay Palmer
Friendly Orderly - Alan Castanaga
Paramedic #2 - Mark Dann
Desk Nurse on Phone (as Cherrel Holder) - Cherell Holder
Young Father - Dennis Scullard
Code Blue Doctor - Ernie Pitts
Desk Nurse Restricted Area - Jessica Burleson
Man in Line - Frederick Allen
Morgue Orderly #1 - Carlos Walcott
Morgue Orderly #2 - Derek James Trapp
Off-screen Peri Monroe - Megan Best
Waiting Room Patient - Cam Gates
State Trooper - Jim Kirby
Nurse - Crystal Magian
Man with flowers - Steve Pacaud
Hospital Visitor - Lorrie Papadopoulos