Chloe, a teenager who is confined to a wheelchair, is home schooled by her mother, However, her mother's strange behavior doesn't go unnoticed and when Chloe pries into some private papers, she discovers a Change of Name Certificate document with her mother's name, Diane Sherman, on it. When Chloe googles "Diane Sherman," the internet suddenly disconnnects. Chloe becomes suspicious of all that her mother does, suspecting her of something sinister. She decides to go on the run in her wheelchair in a desperate attempt to get away from her.Written by
Kiera Allen (Chloe) has used a wheelchair since 2014. The filmmakers wanted to cast a disabled actress, stating that Hollywood rarely casts disabled actors for disabled roles. [Variety Magazine] See more »
When Chloe breaks free from her room to crawl across the roof with an extension cord to then plug in a soldering gun ( 44:23) its shows the metal tip getting "red hot" in 6 seconds when in reality would need at least 30 seconds to a minute to heat up and even longer for "extreme" heat. The flow of electricity doesn't work that fast with that tool. See more »
Hello, um, hi. You don't know me, and this is gonna sound very strange...
Is this the sales call?
No, I'm not selling anything.
You're one of these donation people then, huh? How many times do I have to tell you to take my number off the list?
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An innovative variation on a theme that will keep you engaged with some ratcheted tension buttressed through two excellent performances from Sarah Paulson and Kiera Allen. Does require the odd leap of faith and occasional suspension of belief but by no means the worst film from the genre you're likely to encounter.
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