In L.A.'s Laurel Canyon, Karen has a dream that her sister Heather is in danger, but Heather seems safe enough, having just moved to a remote spur of the canyon to distance herself from her... See full summary »
In L.A.'s Laurel Canyon, Karen has a dream that her sister Heather is in danger, but Heather seems safe enough, having just moved to a remote spur of the canyon to distance herself from her ex-husband. She's a writer, and she's soon met several men - Marcus, who helps her the day she moves in, neighbors Daniel and Marisa for whom she cooks dinner, and Michael her landlord who cleans her pool weekly. Daniel warns her away from Marcus even as he makes a play for her and invites her to participate in sexual escapades - some enjoyable, some not. Then it becomes clear that Karen's anxiety dream was prescient. Who can Heather trust, and does she figure it out too late? Written by
First up, I do not want to rate this film, and I will let everyone to look for themselves what the others rate. I am pretty sure that this film won't get any higher than a two stars rating.
Come on, this film isn't worth to be commented upon at all. The acting is, at its best, mediocre and wooden. Even the main actress did not carry her character well. The policeman is realistic, but still has an amateurish aura in his acting.
The film did have a twist. But it was not hard to figure out who the real villain was. Like, d'uh.
And what is it about the flashback ?? The editing was so poor, it made sorority film student look like Steven Spielberg. The flashbacks were so poor, I felt that my DVD player is spoiled, that it rewinds back at its whims.
Overall, not a film I'd recommend others to watch.
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