Steven Valent (Russ Russo) is a seemingly normal college student who has moved into the general population at City College from his home on Valent Hill. The students embrace him especially ... See full summary »
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Johnny Tyronne ...
Mayor Valent
Liz Lark Brown ...
Vanessa
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William August
Jessie Longman ...
Michelle Bourdet
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Steven / Samuel Valent
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Dr. Eileen Myers
Ovi Christopher ...
Dr. Artemus Klauw
Espen Flolo ...
Wallace Grommit
Brad Jones ...
Groundskeeper
Drew Jones ...
Young Steven / Samuel
Vincent Kole ...
Lenny Lang
Jeremy Linden ...
Dr. Alejandro Anselm
Kasey McMann ...
Party-Goer (as Kasey McNatt)
Jack Mertz ...
Harper Solomon
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Victoria Valent (as Siouxsan Monson)
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Steven Valent (Russ Russo) is a seemingly normal college student who has moved into the general population at City College from his home on Valent Hill. The students embrace him especially Vanessa (Liz Lark Brown), but a dark secret lies within. When a gay student turns up dead, the search is on for the killer. What secrets lie within will turn a college town into a manhunt. Written by Phil Hall

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Can a mother always tell her twins apart?

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Thriller | Crime | Short

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b movie, cool music, one good lead actor, Russ Russo
23 March 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I saw 'Envy' at the 2002 NY Independent Film Festival. I remember thinking that this was an interesting film. I think it was shot digitally and created quite a stir at the festival. It won the Buzz award that year at the festival.The movie was shot in wide shots too often for my taste, really taking away from the intimacy of the characters. It was a little uneven in some areas both in story and acting believability.The camera work seemed a little amateurish, but the director seemed to do a good job with what the material was. The music was Fab though.It made the presence of these two characters, played by one actor, even stronger.The lead actor, Russ Russo, really held the piece together.I have watched a lot of his work since and he really is hot, oh, and a good actor.I followed his work, but it looks like the guys who made this movie 'Envy' aren't doing too bad either.They got a lot of IMDb credits and I guess I'll watch for them and Russ.


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