Genre : Drama
A man falls from a train with no memory of what happened. As he heads home he finds out the passengers were killed and the madman is still at large.
Morgan falls from a moving train. The brakes are slammed on, and the conductor and driver get out, and find a corpse. Morgan is in a field on the outskirts of a small. He spies a row of houses.
Detectives are called to the scene. A helicopter is overhead. Ambulances are there to ferry the injured and dead away.
A blind woman lets Morgan in. He says there has been an accident and is allowed to clean up. In the bathroom he sees his is bloody and covered in mud. The blind woman is listening to the radio. It describes a madman attacking a train car of passengers, a passenger and the train guard fighting back and throwing him out a door, falling after him. The guard's body is found but not the madman or hero. Morgan panics, thinking there is a madman out there.
The police cordon off the area. There are TV crews everywhere. Morgan moves through the crowds. An eye witness describes Morgan, saying he was the killer. The man then gets on a bus provided by the train company to take the passengers home. Morgan follows. At the bus terminal Morgan chases him asking why he said what he did. He is killed by a car.
Morgan heads to his fiancée’s house and breaks in after finding it empty.
At a coffee shop Morgan arrives to have an argument with his fiancée Wendy's sister, Felicity. He fights with her in the garden and she runs away scared, blaming her for Wendy’s leaving. The police are called.
Morgan heads to his Job but is told by a friend he was fired 3 months ago after losing it. Morgan is confused.
Morgan goes home. The detective assigned to the train attack is in his living room. The detective tells him his wife Wendy committed suicide years ago. Then 9 months ago his name came up as a missing person. His new fiancée Felicity posted him as missing. Morgan flips out, strangles the detective and runs out.
In the park kids play close to a group of homeless people. A kid stops and looks into the darkness as Morgan comes out, filthy, mumbling to himself.
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