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  • Five people trapped in a factory where two hostages and three are kidnappers but they them self do not know who are kidnappers and hostages.As they all are suffering from temporary memory loss.

  • Cape Town Police's Assistant Commissioner Ranbir Singh travels to Durban to meet with undercover Agent Romeo and assigns him a special task. Shortly thereafter Romeo is attacked, loses his consciousness and when he regains it, finds himself trapped in an acid factory along with four other males. One of the males is tied to a chair, while another is handcuffed. All of them soon realize that due to the presence of Pentane - a gas that induces memory loss - they are not even able to remember their names. They do manage to gain each other trusts' and even release their two comrades. While they discuss their situation, they are confronted by an unknown gun-toting female, also suffering from memory loss, and soon realize that two of them are actually abducted and are being held for ransom by the other three.

  • Five men are trapped in an acid factory. When they gain consciousness they find that they are suffering from temporary memory loss as a result of the escape of a gas called Pentane. Together they get acquainted with each other and after they receive numerous telephone calls from an anonymous caller they attain that two of them are kidnappers, two are hostages while the other is probably a police officer. The suspense mounts when they encounter a gun-touting female whose name they suspect is Max but the shortcoming remain that there are no way of escape while there is threat to life for three of them when the other two regain their memory.


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