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Cassidy is a senior at a NYC college and he's trying to balance the demands of school, his role as big brother to Jessica... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Tyler Hanes ... Cassidy Clarke
James Katharine Flynn ... Jessica Clarke

Robert Dionne ... Michael
Carlos Alberto Valencia ... Victor

Alison Fraser ... Helen
Graeme Malcolm ... Dean
Corinne Russell ... Sandy
Maria Bova ... Anne
Irma St. Paule ... Madame Maria

Roslyn Ruff ... Nurse
Robert Trumbull ... Administrator

Karla Cavalli ... Carol Glackman
Gerald Anthony Less ... Professor
Brian Lesieur ... Man in Shower
Betsy Carroll ... Tiffany Lee
Erika Genovese ... Sheila Evans

Directed by
Lou Peterson 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Lou Peterson 

Produced by
Sean Cassity .... producer
Original Music by
Sasha Gordon 
Cinematography by
Aaron Medick 
Film Editing by
Lou Peterson 
Casting by
David Cady 
Donna DeSeta 
Production Design by
Michael McKowen 
Costume Design by
Amy C. Bradshaw  (as Amy Bradshaw)
Makeup Department
Jennifer J. Green .... additional makeup artist
Rebecca Perkins .... key makeup artist
Jessica Swarer .... makeup artist
Production Management
Nemanja Bala .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Joshua Freeman .... first assistant director
Gina LaLonde .... second assistant director
Gina Lalonde .... second assistant director
Art Department
Johanna Barnes .... set dresser
Amber Dawn .... set dresser
Carrie Oken .... set dresser
Sound Department
Dwayne Buckle .... sound recordist
Michael Furjanic .... sound designer
Matthew Polis .... supervising sound editor
Camera and Electrical Department
Rik Andino .... grip
Gordon Arkenberg .... assistant camera
Chris Del Sordo .... assistant camera
Farid Garrabos .... grip
T.J. Hellmuth .... assistant camera
Meg Kettell .... assistant camera
Josh Kraszewski .... camera operator: "b" camera
Albert Lee .... grip
Ryo Murakami .... electrician
Lisa Origlieri .... assistant camera
Robert Palumbo .... gaffer
Chris Rogers .... grip
Jacob Sauerbrey .... gaffer (as Jake Sauerbrey)
Marshall Stief .... assistant camera
Ki Whelan .... grip
Rob Woolsey .... electrician
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Elizabeth Clayton .... wardrobe assistant
Other crew
Nemanja Bala .... production assistant
Sarah Cunningham .... production assistant
Justine Elias .... production assistant
Lauren LaLonde .... intern
Matthew J. McCue .... script supervisor
Hilary Petee .... production assistant
Andres Rivera .... caterer
Dave Seabag .... production assistant
T. Nicole Walker .... script supervisor

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Additional Details

USA:82 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

The song, "Wish You Were Dead," that is used in the film is actually a song by the fictional band The Handy Kaufmans in the D. Charles Griffith film, Thank You, Good Night (2001). Chuck Griffith and Lou Peterson have been longtime collaborators.See more »
Administrator:[First Line]
Administrator:Carol Blackman, happened just last night.
Dean:An autopsy was performed?
Administrator:Yes... Tiffany Lee, Two weeks ago.
Dean:Same as the other one?
Administrator:Yep, stabed and dumped in an alley.
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References Sex, Lies, and Videotape (1989)See more »


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7 out of 12 people found the following review useful.
Very Low Budget - and shows it, 12 November 2007
Author: Franco-LA from United States

When people talk about low budget films, they tend to think (and therefore comment on) the very visible elements of the film -- often, the criticism is to the camera work, lighting, visible flaws in the film, or more frequently, the acting. In the case, the acting, while not award-winning, isn't the biggest criticism -- although the actors do have to accept some blame for some of the lack of believability of their performances, especially towards the middle and particularly to the end of the plot. However, in this particular case, the low-budget appellation has far more to do with the horror/thriller elements of the plot and how they were conveyed, but the most responsibility lies with the script (which could easily have used more polish and a rewrite of key points) and the director, who ultimately must accept responsibility for the overall finished product, if he uses the script as written.

As a movie, there's not enough over-all, from start to finish -- to recommend this. If I did not have a friend into horror who thought there would be eye candy in the film, I would never had seen it at a film festival last year, on a free ticket. The movie is being offered as a free preview for the Logo channel, on demand to digital subscribers, which is what reminded me of the movie recently, but just watching the first ten minutes of it -- again for free -- reminded me of all the problems this movie had.

Not at all recommended, other than as an experiment on how to finish and finalize a movie.

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