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There is something seriously wrong with Kenneyville. When, a young woman, KIM (Kelsey Oluk), from Toronto goes missing and police mysteriously drop the case earlier than expected, two ... See full summary »

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Dany Gehshan ...
Charlie / Patrick Kennedy
Vanessa Broze ...
Kelly / Megan Desmond
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Adrian Black (as Michael Scratch)
Doran Damon ...
Donovan Carter (as Doran Damon Okkema)
Nick Maiorino ...
Marshall
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Victoria
Josef Malonzo ...
Ben
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Kim
Duncan Garrow ...
Agent Richards
Hannibal ...
Sid
Devon Nicholson ...
Sid
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Senator Roy
George Warford ...
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Derek Loder ...
Bartender Bert
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There is something seriously wrong with Kenneyville. When, a young woman, KIM (Kelsey Oluk), from Toronto goes missing and police mysteriously drop the case earlier than expected, two private detectives are hired to find her. With undercover aliases, CHARLIE (Dany Gehshan) and KELLY (Vanessa Broze) head to the small town of Kenneyville for answers after discovering significant clues. Upon meeting seemingly innocent locals, they end up in a shocking predicament of violence where Charlie is brutally beaten and Kelly is ruthlessly kidnapped. Charlie awakens in shock with a new mission: to find and save his partner and discover if Kim's kidnappers are the same as Kelly's. We soon realize the horrific truth behind both women's disappearances. ADRIAN BLACK, a local scientist and businessman, has been collecting innocent women for experiments in creating brainwashed assassins. Charlie soon discovers just how deep the rabbit hole goes and ultimately learns which shocking "mega-organization" ... Written by Official Website

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Good metaphor for understanding what one goes through in mental illness.
12 November 2011 | by See all my reviews

Very intense drama/horror. Depicts the realities of what one goes through as mental illness plays on your being. Every character represents a symptom of mental illness. Fear, medicated, trapped, manipulated, pain, loneliness, suspicion etc... It all seems very innocent in the beginning. As you watch Kenneyville and knowing the underlining meaning of mental illness, it makes you have an appreciation for what one must go through. If you know someone who is suffering of symptoms of mental illness, this may help you understand more deeply what it feels like for them. Hold this thought as you watch Kenneyville!


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