A woman still trying to get over the tragic loss of her son accidentally hits a boy on her way home from work. He seems to be okay so she loads him into her car and he tells her they have to hurry and go. As they take off a car comes zooming up next to them shining a flashlight in on their faces. He tells her he witnessed a burglary and now the burglar is after him. She takes him home to dress his wounds and wait it out til morning. Of course the crazy man comes and terrorizes them but things are not always as they seem.
Once again French horror produces a real winner. This film has the three t's tension, terror and twists. I can feel true sympathy for this grieving mother who is now put in a position of trying to protect yet another boy. I say boy loosely because this "kid" is more like in his late teens early 20s. I was engaged in this film from beginning to end. That's all I'm going to say because it's best to go into this one knowing very little about it. Most definitely not biddy safe but the rest of you horror aficionados will love it.