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Kenmore Ave (2005)

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A psychological thriller stemming from chilling events which transpire just hours earlier. Danielle receives an urgent call from Lars convincing her to rush to his aid. The two spend the ... See full summary »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Levan Uchaneyshvili ...
Lars (as Levani)
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Danielle (as Lisa Crosato)
Jason Whitmer ...
Police Officer
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Hotel Clerk
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Waiter
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Woman at Gas Station
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Guy at Gas Station
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Girl in Jeep
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Girl in Jeep
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A psychological thriller stemming from chilling events which transpire just hours earlier. Danielle receives an urgent call from Lars convincing her to rush to his aid. The two spend the evening running from a situation which occurred on Kenmore Avenue. As the evening unfolds we are left wondering if the circumstances are reality or illusion. Written by Anonymous

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excellent short - would make a great feature film.
17 October 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I love movies. I see a lot of them.....and when I saw Kenmore Avenue, I knew they had a winner . In this short film by Nunzio Fazio and Lisa Crosato, Lisa also plays opposite Lavani, as one of the leads. The acting is crisp. They are right on the mark, and right from the beginning, totally engaging. This fast paced thriller starts off with a frantic phone call, and a race to aid a friend in trouble. From there, it accelerates into a frenzied car chase around the nighttime streets of Hollywood. Danielli drives the car, yet she is actually being driven by an exasperating Lars, and his outrageous demands. We can feel Danielli's conflict, as she's reluctantly drawn into the vortex of his paranoia - or is it paranoia? She's increasingly agitated by Lars' behavior (as are we) yet, a loyal, worried, helpful, confused, and ultimately exasperated friend she remains. The acting is superb. The talented Ms. Crosato, who gives one

powerful performance, is an actress to keep your eye on. Both she and Lavani , give convincing and expert portrayals of friends on the edge of madness. What to believe? Is this threat real? The last scene: Daylight. The pace slows to a virtual standstill. You're able to breath now. The camera glides along, slow and dreamy towards an ending which serves to only deepen the mystery.


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