Three friends get into the house of a blind loner, convinced they will get an easy win, only to be in a terrible life and dying battle in the Dark Man, the second artistic film of scriptwriter and director Fede Alvarez ) And legendary producer Sam Raimi. In his second artistic film, Alvarez surprises us with a horror thriller of brutal complexity that brings a trio of thieves to an unexpectedly dangerous opponent.
Determined to flee from her distraught mother and save her sister from being without any prospect that seems inevitable to both of them, Rocky (Jane Levy) will do anything to succeed. She and her friends Alex (Dylan Minnette) and Money (Daniel Zovatto) gave a series of thoroughly planned burglaries to raise enough money to leave Detroit’s hometown.
However, their petty crimes were an inadequate reward, so that when the three find out that a blind (Stephen Lang) who lives in a house in an abandoned neighborhood has a small fortune hidden in the house, they decided to kick Final and highest. But their plan becomes dangerous when the victim they are targeting proves to be more terrifying than they have ever anticipated.
As he watches them continuously through his heavily fortified house, they discover with horror that man has more than money hidden there. Surprising and captivating, Alvarez’s thriller, remarkably visually stunning, maintains a frantic rhythm until the last shocking moment. A group of friends penetrates into the house of a very rich, blind man, believing they have found the ideal victim, but they have wrong.