THE RABBIT HOLE
Eight people awaken shortly after one another, completely unaware of their identities and with no long-term memories.
They come to in different rooms of an anonymous-looking facility to discover that they are locked in and must work together to get out. With extremely limited information about themselves, their past and each other, tenuous connections are cautiously built. Allegiances are often dashed as their characteristics take new and unexpected paths due to periodically painful flashbacks providing more information about who they really are, their respective histories and their truer motivations.
Meanwhile, the facility – as well as the reason they are all there – turns out to have much more to it than meets the eye. A figurative chess game ensues as they must each constantly adapt to new (and hidden) information, work out who they really are, investigate where and why they are in the facility and try to escape.
The pressure of being trapped creates and increases unbearable tensions, resulting in conflict and shocking fatalities. In the end, how many of them – if any – will eventually escape, and how many invariably left dead or still locked inside?