When two squeegee kids (Allegra Fulton and Gabriel Hogan) confront Sarah Tabbot (Michelle Nolden) while she’s stopped in her car, the slow-burning fuse is lit on a tense game of cat and mouse with the mice being the pursuers. Under duress with the street urchins in tow, Sarah continues her trip to an isolated cottage where the unlikely trio plays mind games with one another in search of some vague truth just out of reach.
There are some nice moments in this film, as it's very well-made for such a low-budget feature. It has nice cinematography and sound that creates some very atmospheric moments. Unfortunately, the nice production-values and style can't save the film from a bad script, as it's super melodramatic and unbelievable. Skip it.