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Five men wake up in a locked-down warehouse with no memory of who they are. They are forced to figure out who is good and who is bad to stay alive.

Release Year: 2006

Rating: 6.5/10 (15,847 voted)

Critic's Score: 44/100

Simon Brand

Stars: Jim Caviezel, Greg Kinnear, Bridget Moynahan

Five men wake up in a locked-down warehouse with no memory of who they are. They are forced to figure out who is good and who is bad to stay alive.


Jim Caviezel

Jean Jacket

Greg Kinnear

Broken Nose

Bridget Moynahan

Eliza Coles

Joe Pantoliano

Bound Man

Barry Pepper

Rancher Shirt

Jeremy Sisto

Handcuffed Man

Peter Stormare

Snakeskin Boots

Chris Mulkey

Detective James Curtis

Clayne Crawford

Detective Anderson

Kevin Chapman

Detective McGahey

Mark Boone Junior

Bearded Man

Wilmer Calderon

Detective Molina

David Selby

Police Captain Parker

Adam Rodriguez

County Doctor

Jeffrey Daniel Phillips

Iron Cross

Kidnapper. Victim. Which are you?


Official Website:
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Release Date: 3 November 2006

Filming Locations: Desert Center, California, USA

Box Office Details

Budget: $3,700,000


Opening Weekend: $3,746
(5 November 2006)
(2 Screens)

Gross: $144,397

Technical Specs


Did You Know?


Both Jim Caviezel and Jeremy Sisto have portrayed the role of Jesus Christ on film; Most recently, Caviezel starred in
The Passion of the Christ while Sisto previously assumed the role for
Jesus. In addition, Peter Stormare played Satan in 'Constantine (2005)'.


Revealing mistakes:
When Jean Jacket (Jim Caviezel) bangs on the barred window at the very beginning, the wall very visibly shakes and bulges outwards, revealing it to be improperly anchored drywall at best.


[first lines]

Jean Jacket:
Who are you? Who the fuck are you?

User Review

unknown and unexpected

Rating: 8/10

I usually am disappointed in psychological thrillers – typically the
twist at the end never lives up to the hype. It was a wonderful
surprise that this one failed to let me down at the end. Although the
film is slow at times, there are numerous twists and turns so you don't
have to wait until the end for all of the excitement.

Unknown is a great movie that keeps the viewer trying to stay one step
ahead through the collective confusion. Caviezel and Peppers gave
strong and engaging performances. Kinnear skillfully draws both dislike
and sympathy. Stormare is a great character actor and perfectly cast
for the role.

I agree with other viewers the lighting was dim and depressing but I
would give a good guess that this was intentional. Certainly the movie
would not have "felt" the same otherwise.