Despite his clever directorial flourishes, Australian director Scott Reynolds can't make something fresh and new out of a plot that was old in the silent movie era. Beth (Radha Mitchell) maintains her family diner on a remote highway, even though business has been ruined by a new interstate. But the eatery is about to fill up with unwelcome customers. Having been raped by popular local Sheriff Bryce (Kevin Anderson) and harassed by his wife, Beth is attuned to the suffering of outcasts. So when wounded drifter Jack (Barry Watson) wanders in and says he's being pursued, Beth's instinct is to protect him. Three more men posing as vacationing surfers show up soon after ...