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...
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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
Me and my girlfriend decided to watch this not in the expectations of a great movie, but perhaps as a mood enhancer, since it was rumored to contain some decent sex scenes.
Boy were we wrong.
I just had to rate this movie 1, it has absolutely no redeeming qualities whatsoever, The extremely thin plot was padded out with _alot_ of reused footage, hell they even reused stuff in the sex scenes themselves, which where sadly enough, as boring as the rest of the flick.
I reckon the poor actors did their best with that they were given, at least their outstandingly wooden performances managed to hide some of the non-existent directing, but they still failed to produce any believability whatsoever.
All in all, this movie is what happens when you let wannabe filmmakers lose on a set with second-rate porn actresses who are trying to make it big. Let this be a lesson to all of you aspiring movie makers out there: Friends don't let friends drink and drive editing machines.
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