A Story about a man that loses his daughter to a serial killer.
I was pleasantly surprised that this movie, not only kept my attention but was suspenseful.
I was afraid this would be a low budget attempt, but it is very well done. The story was decently written, although more background about Rayburn Swanson would have been nice. The Canadian backdrop is stunningly beautiful and nearly every role was well portrayed (except Annabelle Wallis, she is so DRY, I feel like she is emotionless in every role she plays.) Zahn McClarnon was a great cast, as was Nikolaj Coster-Waldau. Both give credibility to their roles, not just some pretty faces. Is it an Oscar contender, no, but is it a good watch, absolutely. I would recommend it. A welcome distraction during pandemic.