Badly wounded and narrowly escaping the police after a robbery gone wrong, Freddy (Colson Baker) is on the run with a duffle bag full of cash and coke. He doesn’t have a lot of time left and will be dead even sooner if Vic, his former crime boss whom he has just stolen from, catches him first. Chased through the streets of Downtown L.A., Freddy makes a quick decision and slips onto a Greyhound bus headed deep into the California desert. Onboard, he devises a plan of action and calls on accomplices, his estranged father (Kevin Bacon), and his ex-wife for help. For once ready to support his son, Freddy’s father boards the bus at the next stop. Meanwhile, a mysterious passenger named Will (Travis Fimmel) makes matters worse with his creepy behavior, ominous of what’s to come. The clock is ticking as Vic and her henchmen close in on the bus. With his life slipping through his fingers Freddy comes face to face with his own demons and is left with precious few choices to make in order to survive. There is only ONE WAY.

Fully posted by Windmill Lane during the Covid-19 Pandemic, and with VFX by Windmill Lane VFX, this noir crime thriller signified Andrew Baird’s second feature in a row here at Windmill Lane.

Director Andrew Baird
DOP Tobia Sempi
Edit John Walters

The Windmill Team

  • Post & VFX Coordinator Aaron Carroll
  • Edit Assitants Luke Byrne & Martin Fanning
  • Colourist Matt Branton
  • Online Editor Robbie O'Farrell
  • Rerecording Mixer & Supervising Sound Editor Fionán Higgins
  • VFX Supervisor John Kennedy
  • Compositor Aidan O'Leary