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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Levan Uchaneishvili ...
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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Girl in Jeep
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Guy at Restaurant
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Guy at Restaurant
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Touhid Khan ...
Taxi Driver
Jeanne Paule ...
Precision Driver
Nicole Rizzo ...
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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9 September 2005 (USA)  »

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My favorite film at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival
4 July 2006 | by (France) – See all my reviews

It was a great pleasure to have had the opportunity to see Kenmore Ave. I must confess that from all the movies that I watched during the 2006 Cannes Film Festival, Kenmore Ave. has to be by far my favorite pick.

Not only were the characters so believable, but the story keep my attention every second. I was sorry when the movie ended, but in retrospect, I realized that the editing and timing was part of the magic that made the film so interesting and enjoyable.

The script is so well written, with the perfect ingredients; the vision of a superb director, excellent cinematography, a brilliant story, and true mastery in the use of light and shadow.

Bravo to a Masterpiece of Cinema!

Ouriel Clark - singer Cannes France


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