The setup is basic: Maddie is a hard of hearing creator, living in a remote house in the forested areas, settling in for the night. She’s attempting to complete her most recent novel while keeping away from diversions, for example, calls from her ex. Be that as it may, there’s somebody outside: a veiled gatecrasher with an arms stockpile of weapons, and Maddie needs to make sense of how to keep him out and afterward how to get away.
What’s more, well, that is it. In any case, what results is a seat-edge fight between the pair, expertly played by the film’s co-essayist Kate Siegel and 10 Cloverfield Lane’s John Gallagher Jr, that works since it’s grounded truly. The ingenious courageous woman is fearless without turning to superheroics; we get tied up with her responses and perspectives as she tries to make sense of how to survive.