Fallen - Movie Synopsis & Plot
Before his execution, convicted criminal Reese spoke in an ancient, Biblical language. And before his death, he touched hands with Detective John Hobbes. Further translation would reveal that his words were not a prayer but a threat, a threat to John Hobbes' life.
Following Reese's death, Hobbes and his partner, Jonesy, begin to investigate a murder. On the wall is a riddle, the same riddle that Reese asked Hobbes' before his death. Reese's documentation is recorded and Hobbes fears that an inside source, a police officer, maybe behind it all. But what he is about to discover is something much more sinister, much more deadly, much more demonic. Another murder takes place and the only connection is that the victim is the killer of the previous person.
Reese is dead but his oath is not. The killer is slowly getting closer and closer to Hobbes, looking for a way to get into his body. Literally. Even if Hobbes does figure out the truth, it may be no use; the killer cannot be killed. It is neither man nor animal. It is not alive. And it can pass from one person to another with the slightest touch.
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