I Am the Night tells the gripping story of Fauna Hodel (India Eisley), a teenage girl who is given away at birth, and grows up outside of Reno, Nevada. Fauna lives more-or-less comfortably with the mysteries of her origin, until one day she makes a discovery that leads her to question everything.
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Fauna Hodel (India Eisley), a na?ve young girl growing up outside of Reno, Nevada, embarks on a desperate quest to discover who she is. In Los Angeles, Jay Singletary (Chris Pine), a former Marine turned hack reporter covers a gruesome murder.
Newly arrived in Los Angeles, Fauna attempts to track down her family, including her mysterious grandfather, George Hodel (Jefferson Mays). Jay continues his pursuit of the Bloody Romeo, but he can't let go of the story that ruined his career years ago-a story that involved George Hodel.
A visit from Billis (Yul Vazquez) and the LAPD leaves Jay (Chris Pine) wondering how close he's getting to the truth. Fauna (India Eisley) must reconcile Corinna's (Connie Nielsen) revelations with the suspicion that Corinna is hiding Fauna's mother, Tamar.
A phone call in the middle of the night from Corinna has Jay believing that there are cracks appearing in the Hodel case. And he's getting an itch that the Bloody Romeo case may have something to do with the famed Black Dahlia murders.
Jay (Chris Pine) and Fauna (India Eisley) search for a way to make it to Hawaii: Fauna to find her mother, Tamar Hodel (Jamie Anne Allman), and the truth about why she was put up for adoption, and Jay to see if Tamar holds the answers to the Hodel case that destroyed his career.
When Fauna hears what happened to Jimmy Lee (Golden Brooks), she frantically searches for a way home. As Watts explodes around her into chaotic riots, Fauna's way out harbors a nightmarish trap. Jay stews in a cell that overflows with rioters, his options diminishing as the hours pass, until he hatches a desperate plan.