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388 Arletta Avenue -- A Tribeca Film. A faceless voyeur's twisted manipulation of a young couple escalates into a deadly cat-and-mouse game, as seen from the perspective of hidden cameras concealed throughout their house.
388 Arletta Avenue -- A young couple find themselves in an unnerving situation with a mysterious stalker who has been watching their every move in their home.
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A young couple find themselves in an unnerving situation with a mysterious stalker. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Tiresome concept. See more (21 total) »


  (in credits order)

Nick Stahl ... James Deakin

Mia Kirshner ... Amy Walker

Devon Sawa ... Bill Burrows

Aaron Abrams ... Alex

Charlotte Sullivan ... Sherry

Krista Bridges ... Katherine

Martin Roach ... Officer #1
Graham Abbey ... Officer #2

Gerry Dee ... Boss

Daniel Lévesque ... Felix

Kyle Labine ... Co-Worker #1

David Reale ... Co-Worker #2

Directed by
Randall Cole 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Randall Cole 

Produced by
Steven Hoban .... producer
Vincenzo Natali .... executive producer
Derek Rappaport .... line producer
Mark Smith .... producer
Cinematography by
Gavin Smith 
Film Editing by
Kathy Weinkauf 
Casting by
John Buchan 
Jason Knight 
Production Design by
Peter Cosco 
Art Direction by
Ian Hall 
John Moran 
Set Decoration by
David Edgar 
Costume Design by
Patrick Antosh 
Makeup Department
Peggy Kyriakidou .... key hair stylist
Catherine Viot .... makeup department head
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Yari Azzopardi .... third assistant director
Stephen Belanger .... second assistant director
Bruce Speyer .... first assistant director
Art Department
Jeremy Gillespie .... second assistant art director
Sound Department
Steve Baine .... foley artist
Jean-Michel Beranger .... french dubbing mixer
Steph Carrier .... sound re-recording mixer
Sue Conley .... dialogue editor
Krystin Hunter .... assistant sound editor
David McCallum .... supervising sound editor
Colin McLellan .... adr recordist
Peter Persaud .... foley recordist
David Rose .... supervising sound editor
Lou Solakofski .... sound re-recording mixer
Zenon Watschuk .... sound recordist (as Zenon Waschuk)
Special Effects by
Mark Ahee .... special effects coordinator
Ryan V. Hays .... cgi visual effects
Paul Rapovski .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Darren Boyce .... key grip
Angela Chao .... second assistant camera
Caitlin Cronenberg .... still photographer
Gyorgy Darvas .... 24 frame playback operator
David Gibbons .... gaffer
Terry Hooper .... grip
Gautam Pinto .... data management technician
Anthony Police .... best boy grip
Chirayouth Jim Saysana .... first assistant camera
Cactus Simser .... best boy electric
Ken Woroner .... still photographer
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Janet Cavanagh .... assistant costume designer
Liz Walter .... wardrobe supervisor
Editorial Department
Kevin Downer .... digital intermediate editor
Lee Hughes .... digital intermediate project manager
Tom Mayclim .... data wrangler
Cam McLauchlin .... first assistant editor
Dave Muscat .... digital intermediate editor
Trevor Pickard .... data wrangler
Transportation Department
Barry Moyer .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Cynthia Amsden .... unit publicist
Mike Bruce .... location manager
Christina Buchli .... legal
Jared Burton .... location production assistant
Paul Chodirker .... legal services
Donald Colafranceschi .... assistant production coordinator
Jane Conway .... animal wrangler
Donna Gardon .... script supervisor
Morning Glory .... digital media technician
Penelope Kennedy .... production assistant (as Penelope Williams)
Ben Levine .... production assistant
Kati Moore .... assistant location manager
Brian Morey .... script development
Effy Papadopoulos .... production coordinator
Shelley Pearson .... production accountant
Jensenne Roculan .... business affairs
Karen Sharp .... first assistant accountant
Greg Whiteside .... computer and video playback supervisor
Gregory Chambet .... thanks

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87 min
Canada:PG (British Columbia/Ontario) | Canada:G (Quebec) | Japan:G | Mexico:B | Singapore:PG13 | South Korea:18 | UK:15
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James Deakin:But you got to understand what I'm going through right now, all right?
Bill Burrows:I understand. Karma's a bitch, huh?
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14 out of 18 people found the following review useful.
Tiresome concept., 20 May 2012
Author: Boba_Fett1138 from Groningen, The Netherlands

This is a movie that rides on the trend of the whole found footage/hidden camera movie sub-genre. But is it doing anything new or interesting enough with it? Not really.

It's of course hard to come up with something new and remaining fresh and interesting, since most had been done with the concept already and there is only so much you can do with it, since it's a quite restricting concept. It's restricted with its settings and movements and it is hard to keep things interesting for about 90 minutes, without starting to repeat yourself. This movie however does become a bit tiresome after a short while.

It mostly becomes a tiresome movie since it maintains its 'mystery' for its entire running time. You don't know what is going on exactly, or what direction the movie will be heading at. This all sounds like some good and positive points about the movie but it's actually more sort of annoying, since basically everything can happen at the end, when the big 'reveal' comes. The movie doesn't drop any hints and stuff just happens, without you feeling involved with any of it.

I kept thinking to myself; there better be a good resolution to all of this by the end, that explains everything as well, to let all of the events make sense. But no, in my opinion the movie takes a cheap way out and it absolutely wasn't satisfying enough and it's the sort of ending that leaves more questions than answers, especially when you start thinking back about the movie.

It of course still could had been good and worked out all if the movie was a bit more tense. For a thriller it is surely lacking some good tension at times and doesn't ever gets you involved enough as a viewer, though the movie still tries to achieve this through its concept.

The concept and camera-position are supposed to place you in the mind of the stalker. It's a voyeuristic movie but again, since you don't know any of the motivations or reasons for the events, you don't ever feel involved with it. It just doesn't do a good enough job at making and keeping things interesting and fresh enough to keep you interested in the story, its mystery and to what will happen with its characters.

I did like Nick Stahl in his role, on a more positive note. He has to carry most of the movie entirely on his own and does a pretty good job with it. Too bad that the movie didn't really knew what to do with his character.

It's not the worst thing you will ever see but it just isn't exactly a good or original enough movie to recommend either.


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