Into The Labyrinth
Samantha Andretti was abducted one winter morning on her way to school. Fifteen years later, she wakes up in a hospital room with no memory of where she was or what happened to her in all that time. Next to her is a “profiler”, Dr. Green: he claims that he will help her recover her memory and that together they will catch the monster. But he warns her that the hunt will not take place out there in the real world. It will happen in her mind. “This is a game, isn’t it?” the girl repeats, puzzled. Bruno Genko is a private detective. 15 years earlier, he was hired by Samantha’s parents to find their daughter. Now that the girl has reappeared, he feels he owes her a debt and will try to catch the faceless man who kidnapped her. But Genko’s is also a fight against time. Because a doctor told him he has two months to live. And, by a twist of fate, those two months expired on the very day Samantha came back from darkness. Who will uncover the truth first between the detective and the profiler?… And is there only one truth? This isn’t just another investigation. Someone’s got a secret. Someone’s lying. And somewhere out there, there’s a maze full of doors. And behind each one is a riddle, a deception. A mind game for the audience, to find the prisoner already inside each of us.