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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Guy at Gas Station
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Girl in Jeep
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Girl in Jeep
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Guy at Restaurant
Sebastian Cameron ...
Guy at Restaurant
Piper Jaymes ...
Guy at Restaurant
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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Nowhere is safe.

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Short | Thriller

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9 September 2005 (USA)  »

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Kenmore Avenue  »

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1.85 : 1
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Realistic and True-to-Life
29 May 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Kenmore Avenue is one of the most fascinating films I have ever seen.

This Psychological thriller kept me sitting on the edge of my chair. Not only does it deal with issues that are mind-boggling to the average viewer, but it surpasses the imagination with realistic scenarios.

It sent chills going up the back of my spine. Now and then, I had to stop and catch my breath. I just had to realize that I would be holding it again, only to find relief in the fact that another scene would appear bringing me back to another state of consciousness.

I can only say that everyone should see this film . You will not be disappointed!


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