An evil landlady discovers the twisted dark truth behind a mysterious voice coming from Roy's apartment.

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Complete credited cast:
Martin Gwynn Jones ...
Roy
Katherine Lee Warren ...
Mrs. Goulisz
Jonathan Gibson ...
The Voice (voice)
Alec Saidak ...
Alistair Crank
Jack Luciani ...
Dave
Erin Hope ...
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Pamela Schmidt ...
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Lisa Warner ...
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Dale Codling ...
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Camille Codling ...
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Jason Sissons ...
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Raymond Bishop ...
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It's the Christmas season. Mrs. Goulisz, the ornery landlady of a rooming house, is certain that she can hear Roy arguing with someone in his room late at night. She is angry because if there is someone else staying in his room, he needs to pay additional rent. When she goes up to Roy's room, she sees no one besides Roy, who vows that there is no one else in his room and that he's just talking to himself. Leaving Roy's room, Mrs. Goulisz still hears Roy and the other voice having an argument which comes to a conclusion. But when she goes up to investigate once more, she finds that Roy was telling the truth in that no one else was in the room, but she also learns "who" belonged to that other voice. Written by Huggo

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$500,000 (estimated)
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two thumbs up
27 April 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

this was a really cool short film, i wish it would have been made into a full length feature, it certainly would have been interesting. my compliments to DANIEL ORON you did a great job with this film. i watched this film over and over again and even recorded it so i could have it on file. the actors you chose to play those characters were outstanding in their performances, and the lighting and special effects made for a eerie feeling kinda film. if DANIEL ORON plans on making this into a full length feature one day, i'm sure you'll have a great audience for it. if he plans to make another film in the same genre it would be fun to be part if it. congrats once again DANIEL, great job.


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