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Long Distance (2005)

A young woman accidentally dials the number of a serial killer who decides to make her his next victim.

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Cast

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Nicole Freeman
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Frank Halsey
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Joe
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Margaret Wright
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Attractive Neighbor
Lonnie Farmer ...
Detective Robinson
Richard Snee ...
Detective Keating
Tim McIntire ...
Charlie
David Ian ...
Building Super
Alice Duffy ...
Mrs. Norris
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Agent Turner
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Agent Davis
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Agent Wilson
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Sheriff
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Sarah Freeman
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Storyline

When a young, lonely woman misdials a phone number by one digit, calling into a serial killing in progress, the killer latches onto her and involves her telephonically in a string of murders as he heads closer and closer to her home in Boston. Written by Anonymous

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Horror | Thriller

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Rated R for violent content, some language and brief sexuality | See all certifications »

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22 April 2005 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

La llamada  »

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$700,000 (estimated)
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Was filmed in an abandoned mental hospital in Boston's Longwood Medical area. See more »

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References Lisa (1989) See more »

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«Hydra Burn»
Performed and Written by Stereocrash
Published by Liferaft LLC.
Courtesy of Galtmine Productions
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not too bad...not great
3 April 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The film sets up nicely with a misdialed phone call to a serial killer in progress. I like the idea because it is fresher than the "I know you are alone" call. However, in hind sight, this leads to the most probable ending (which the movie has) because otherwise the motive for the serial killer's pursuit could become far fetched and unlikely.

The acting was okay. The driving force of the film is the desire to find the identity of the serial killer and the motive.

There are definitely many areas for improvement including script, set, special effects and ambiance. There was a somewhat too light tone of acting; maybe if the script demanded it, it would not have seemed noticeable.


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