Identity (2003)

The plot is vaguely reminiscent of the novel “And Then There Were None” by Queen of Suspense, Agatha Christie; the notable cast on a relatively fixed set is vaguely reminiscent of Ms. Christie’s play “Ten Little Indians.” The style of this mystery allows the grisly murders of systematically disappearing individuals trapped at a motel to feel like eerie inevitabilities rather than played-out horror tropes.

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