- Original title
- Running time
- 105 min.
- United States
Byron Willinger, Philip de Blasi
Co-production United States-United Kingdom; Lionsgate [USA] / StudioCanal / Nvizage / Ombra Films
Mystery. Thriller | Trains
- Synopsis / Plot
- Michael MacCauley, a life insurance salesman and former police officer, is a family man with a wife and teenaged son. He goes through the same routine train commute to work and back every day. His daily routine is interrupted when he is abruptly laid off from his job after a decade at the same company, leading him to wonder how he will pay his mortgage or afford his son's college tuition. On the train home, Michael meets a mysterious woman named Joanna, who makes small talk with him. Joanna describes herself as academic who studies human behavior and tells him there are 16 distinct types of personalities. She proposes a hypothetical situation to Michael, asking him to do one little thing that he is uniquely skilled for, the results of which would have consequences that he would know nothing about, but would affect one of the passengers on the train. Michael starts to question whether this is real or hypothetical.
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