A single mother uses her past skill-set to collect debts for a local bookie to make ends meet while trying to live a quiet life. But when her daughter is kidnapped, she will stop at nothing and let no one get in the way from finding the one good thing she felt she had in her life.
“LUZ” begins as a young female cabdriver (Luana Velis, in the title role) drags herself into a run-down police station. However, a demonic entity has followed her there, determined to finally be close to the woman it loves. [Screen Media]
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