The man is a convict about to be released despite his dangerous insanity. This was I think 5-10 years ago. One of the characters from Goodfellas might have played the policeman who tries to unravel the mystery. There were I believe numerous killings. In the end

they all turn out to be the same person

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    This doesn't sound like SFF. – Adamant May 24 '17 at 10:34
  • If you add more details, your question may be eligible for migration to Movies & TV, where it would be on-topic. – Gallifreyan May 24 '17 at 10:44
  • @Gallifreyan, I am trying to remember that tv mini series were there was an object .... involved with many places experiencing time and/or dimension and/or alt-reality. I believe it was centered on a motel and there were multiple violent deaths etc. BUT one would think the OP would have remembered a fair amount of what I just put here. – Enigma Maitreya May 24 '17 at 11:37
  • @EnigmaMaitreya - What do you mean? This wasn't a miniseries, and there were no alternate timelines or dimensions. – Adamant May 24 '17 at 11:56
  • @Adamant, you are viewing the question literally. There was a mini series that meet most everything in the question. The Good Fellows part.... maybe maybe not. Murder, Policeman/Detective investigates, unexplained things happen in the room, more violent deaths, more unexplained things, things begin to be understood. As I said, one would think the OP would have remembered some of that. IF this message helps the OP to remember more, is that a bad thing? – Enigma Maitreya May 24 '17 at 12:03

Sounds like the film Identity, where the people stranded at the hotel and picked off one by one turned out to be all multiple personalities emerging from the same guy. One such personality was played by Ray Liotta, of course well known as Henry Hill in Goodfellas.

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  • Completely forgot about Ray Liotta, I just remember John Cusack. – Mike Browne May 24 '17 at 6:40
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    Definitely correct. Nothing else could fit that description. – Baldrick May 24 '17 at 7:14

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