A young woman gets to live in an apartment for free. Only catch is, there are cameras everywhere. Outsiders can subscribe to these cameras and watch her every move. Voyeurism turns into obsession and a life and death struggle ensues.
In Detroit, Janet Slate is happy since she has just rented the apartment 1303 of the Lake View Residence and will leave her alcoholic mother Maddie Slate. She calls her sister Lara to tell the news and she meets the girl Emily, who is her next door neighbor. Emily tells her that a girl, Jennifer, has killed her mother many years ago and jumped off the balcony, committing suicide. She also tells her to leave the apartment. Janet hears strange noises in the apartment and she calls her boyfriend Mark Taylor to spend the night with her. When Mark leaves the apartment, Jennifer throws Janet off balcony. The detective in charge of the investigation tells Lara that there are several cases of women committing suicide in that apartment, but he believes that someone has filled them. Lara decides to move to Janet's apartment despite what has happened there. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
(at around 32 mins) When Janet and Mark were sleeping, and the ghost was banging her head on the door, Mark woke up, Janet's face was facing the neck of Mark and was laying on her right side. But when the phone started ringing and Mark got up, Janet's back was facing Mark and was laying on her left side. See more »
I just finished watching this film. There is absolutely no aspect of this film that I can praise. It's one of those films where you realize you are in trouble about five minutes in. The acting is wooden and not believable. The writing and direction are not at a professional level, to put it nicely. The plot is ridiculous and there are no scares whatsoever present in this movie.
By highlighting well known actresses, they are hoping to cash in on their names. However, don't be fooled by that. It is the worst film I've ever seen Rebecca DeMorney in and Mischa Barton is an embarrassment. When you watch a film like this, the inevitable question is "did they realize how bad the film is?". I cannot answer that question, but once a project is a go and the actors don't back out, I guess they just hope it will find a market. This film deserves no market, it is that bad!
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