Micheal is an obsessive-compulsive agoraphobic whose fear is so great that he dares not admit it, even to himself. The seclusion and apparent sanctuary of his home is shared with two people. His house mates are Timothy, a spirited freelance photographer, and Eric, a conflicted businessman on the verge of cynicism. Micheal spends most of his time keeping up the house and watching TV, until he receives an anonymous threatening phone call that coincides with bizarre cable problems. Instead of addressing this mysterious threat, he decides it might be best to ignore it and let it resolve itself. In a moment of vulnerability, an ominous life-or-death encounter forces Micheal to either act or resign himself to fatalism. In an encounter with a shadowy intruder, Michael is thrust beyond the mundane and material, beyond creed and ideology, into a direct experience of transformation and self-discovery. Illuminated in his darkest hour, he finds his own personal power and the meaning of grace and ... Written by
Do all problems resolve themselves?
11 November 2005 (USA)
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Aspect Ratio: 1.78 : 1
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Director Andrew Juncker discussed the script and its ideas so much with actor Matt Coughlan that he cast him as Micheal, knowing that they had already communicated so much. Coughlan was the last actor cast. See more
After Micheal receives the last phone call, he sets a table cloth. A few shots later, it disappears and then reappears after the thunder storm begins. See more