Arne buys a house in suburban Los Angeles, only to discover that the previous owner died in a grisly manner. Then he gets a visit from the dead woman's best friend, who is convinced that ... See full summary »
Arne buys a house in suburban Los Angeles, only to discover that the previous owner died in a grisly manner. Then he gets a visit from the dead woman's best friend, who is convinced that she didn't commit suicide. Together, they investigate what Tilly is sure must be a murder, and come up against the toughest moral dilemma of their lives. Written by
Don't waste your time on this poorly-made movie. The story is insultingly contrived and the acting is robotic. The director, obviously amateur, has no idea what she is doing with the camera, the actors, or the film. The editing is particularly clumsy. Many scenes drag on forever like a student movie where every frame is too good to lose. One earnest love scene is jarringly interrupted by random cutaways. Flashes of unmotivated nudity are unflattering and obviously there to help sell the film. It's one of those movies which makes you wonder why anyone bothered, or why no one stood up and honestly told the filmmakers what they were about to do is in very, very poor taste. Well, the title should give most people a good idea where this movie belongs.
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