A couple head off for a romantic weekend in the mountains. Isolated at a remote estate, they are surprised by the arrival of two friends, but just when the weekend starts to get back on track, a violent biker gang turns up and begins to torment them.
This movie kept me watching the entire movie. I thought it was going to be about something else entirely different based on the title, but upon the bathroom scene I knew then what it was about, which made sense and fit the title. I enjoyed seeing Paula Patton play a different type of role and co-starring with Omar Epps
This film is an interestingly eerie dig into a subject most understated in present times; Human Trafficking. Based on actual events, I found myself terrified at the notion of how easy it is to become a victim, and how deep the world of this heinous crime goes, with officials and law enforcement playing a significant role in it taking place. An ugly truth in our present society. Please view.