R | | Horror, Mystery, Thriller
A father and son, both coroners, are pulled into a complex mystery while attempting to identify the body of a young woman, who was apparently harboring dark secrets.
The names "John Doe" or "John Roe" for men, "Jane Doe" or "Jane Roe" for women, "Johnny Doe" and "Janie Doe" for children, or just "Doe" non-gender-specifically are used as placeholder names for a party whose true identity is unknown or must be ... ...
Sheriff, you gotta get down here.
Sheriff Burke: We got an ID on her?
Trooper Cole: No, sir. No relation to Paul and Carol.
Lieutenant Wade: Who's she?
Sheriff Burke: Well, for now, she's a Jane Doe.
When Tommy is providing what he believes is Jane Doe's backstory or history, he mistakenly says she was one of the victims at the Salem Witch Trials, and continues by saying the victims were all young girls. The young girls at the Witch Trials were the instigators and not the victims as Tommy states. In fact, it would have been the reverse of what he describes: Jane Doe would have been in the group of adults who were persecuted by the young girls.
At the end of the "Special thanks" section, the last entry is the single word: "Troll". André Øvredal's previous movie was "Troll Hunter" (2010).
€251,128 (Italy) (12 March 2017)
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