A retired judge writing his memoirs at an isolated cabin takes in a hiker lost in the wilderness. Only the hiker is not really lost and this is no chance meeting.
After thirty years in the judiciary, a retired judge, at the prompting of his family, takes some time out to write his memoirs. Not wanting any distractions, he goes to the Overberg Mountains to stay in an isolated cabin to begin work on the book.
The cabin is remote — a three-hour 4x4 drive from the nearest civilization.
One day the retired judge sees someone, a hiker, out in the middle of nowhere. It turns out the guy’s lost. The judge could do with a little company and invites him to his place.
It soon becomes clear that something is not quite right with the stranger. And he has some unfinished business with the judge, which starts with killing his dog...