Washington stars as the titular American tourist, whose romantic getaway to Athens with girlfriend April (Oscar winner Alicia Vikander) takes a chaotic and devastating turn. Directed by Ferdinando Cito Filomarino – an Italian filmmaker with second-unit credits on Call Me by Your Name and the Suspiria remake – Beckett places Washington front and center as the titular American tourist, whose romantic getaway to Athens with girlfriend April (Oscar winner Alicia Vikander) Beckett falls asleep at the wheel while driving toward a new location on the dark rural roads, sending their car crashing down a hill and into the wall of an abandoned home. After the collision, he finds a young kid in the corner of the room who is subsequently carried away by a woman, battered, wounded, and a bit foggy.
Despite being told to rest, Beckett returns to the accident site, armed with a bottle of pills from April’s handbag. He’s guilt-ridden and on the verge of committing suicide when he’s halted by a strange figure brandishing a gun, who fires at him before he can run. Beckett’s assailant is joined by the bearded cop who first interrogated him as he lies low in the rear garden. They lure him out of hiding, but it’s a set-up, and Beckett is wounded in the arm. Despite escaping and seeking sanctuary at a nearby farm, this alleged fugitive is apprehended a second time by the same individuals. IMDB