This movie is simply phenomenal! On a dark and stormy night 11 strangers have to take refuge in an isolated motel when a rainstorm turns into a monsoon. One by one they begin to be killed…but by who and for what reason? An edge of the seat thriller that sneaks up on you and tangles you in it’s clever web while jangling your nerves as the rain beats down everybody beneath it.
“I’ve never before seen a film that made me sit on the edge of my seat practically from the opening credits. And I never got to sit back.”
Strangers from all different walks of life: a limo driver escorting a movie star, parents with a young son, a cop transporting a convict, a prostitute, a young couple, and a motel manager are caught up in a nasty rainstorm, stuck at a motel in desolate Nevada. Soon they realize they may be at the motel for another reason when one by one, people start getting killed off. As tensions flare and fingers are pointed, they have to get to the bottom of why they’re there.
Meanwhile in an undisclosed location, a psychiatrist is trying to prove the innocence of a man accused of murder in an eleventh hour trial. How these two through-lines are related can only be found in Identity.