A young girl with a seemingly normal mother and father discovers a household secret that leads to some startling revelations about her family past in this tense meditation on voyeurism ...
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I saw this film at the Independent Film Festival in Los Angeles and was blown away. It is funny, clever, suspenseful and has a twist ending you wont believe.
The cast is fantastic, from the more seasoned Kelly LeBrock, who we just never see enough of in movies anymore, to the new face of Erin Cahill, who is not only strikingly beautiful but amazingly talented too.
The writing is original and clever and the directing is top notch. The director was able to capture classic Hitchcock, yet make it feel contemporary for 2008.
For an indie film, it squeezes out more bang for your buck than most studio movies.
The film within and film within a film. Is very cleverly done with video camera diary and nostalgic 16mm.
The film is part thriller, part comedy, part murder mystery all set in a contemporary dysfunctional family.
Go see it if you get the chance. You will not be disappointed!
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