For many, the idea of prison conjures images of steel bars, walls topped in barbed wire or maybe even orange jumpsuits. For Meredith lane, prison is her childhood home and the warden is her father, who she takes care of. After a decades long sentence, someone from her past comes back into her life. This may be the catalyst she needs to make a change.
If Meredith wants to take hold of her chance to live a happy and fulfilling life, far from the grasp of her cruel father, she’ll have to muster the courage to face him. But some things are easier said than done, and an already volatile situation begins to escalate.
Her father refuses to release her from his stranglehold, setting off a series of events with irreparable consequences. The events resulting from the confrontation between Meredith and her father will be push her to the limits of fear, paranoia and ultimately….her sanity.
The ID was produced by Thommy Hutson and Daniel Farrands, the duo that brought us the documentaries Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy and Crystal Lake Memories: The Complete History of Friday the 13th. Hutson also directed this film from a script penned by Sean H. Stewart. The ID was given the award for Best Thriller at The Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival.
The film stars Amanda Wyss, of Nightmare on Elm Street fame, in the role of Meredith Lane. She is joined by a cast that includes Patrick Peduto, Jamye Méri Grant, Malcolm Matthews, Karen Leabo and Brent Witt.