A suburban woman fights to be believed as she finds herself stalked by a threatening figure who returns to her house night after night. When she can't get help from those around her, she is forced to take matters into her own hands.

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Natasha Kermani

Writer:

Brea Grant

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Brea Grant ... May Ryer
Dhruv Uday Singh ... Ted Ryer
Leith M. Burke ... Rob (as Leith Burke)
Hunter C. Smith ... The Man
Chivonne Michelle ... Officer Mercy
Yasmine Al-Bustami ... Edie
Kausar Mohammed ... Sarah
Larry Cedar ... Officer Pace
Grace Yee ... Moderator
Kristina Klebe ... Marie
Carmen Angelica ... Alice
Tara Perry ... Elizabeth
Chase Williamson ... Charlie the Medic
Susan Kemp ... EMT
Shelly Skandrani ... Sally the Social Worker
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A suburban woman fights to be believed as she finds herself stalked by a threatening figure who returns to her house night after night. When she can't get help from those around her, she is forced to take matters into her own hands.

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Brea Grant frequently wields a kitchen knife in this film to fend off her attacker. This is perhaps a response to her character being stabbed to death with a kitchen knife by Michael Myers in Halloween II (2009). See more »

Goofs

When May is searching in Google, two of the results have texts with spelling errors: in the first, the word 'the' and the word 'very' have no space between them. In the second result, the word 'anecdotes' was spelled as 'anectdotes'. See more »

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Infuriating to watch
10 March 2021 | by jtindahouseSee all my reviews

The script for 'Lucky' is about 8-10 drafts short I would suggest. It needs some serious work. I haven't been this infuriated by a movie in a long time. The movie doesn't have an interesting opening scene, but it does get to the action very quickly. The first scene of interest we get is a truly bizarre one that I felt sure was going to end with the lead character waking up in a sweat. She didn't though and then I quickly realised this was going to be the plot of the movie. Which would have been fine if it was done correctly. However the film that followed was a mess on all fronts.

The main character 'May' is basically asked to carry the entire film on her own. She is in scene after scene and more often than not entirely on her own. The problem is that she isn't a strong character and she isn't played by a strong actress. We see the movie from her perspective, so we are as confused as to what is going on as she is. But infuriatingly she isn't asking the right questions or reacting the right way to the things going on. Which means we are getting no answers. At one point she even gives up trying to work it out and just accepts this is her life from now on. What? I can't explain how frustrating this was to watch from that point of view.

I understand that the movie is supposed to be a metaphor for something else. I get that, however if the movie is as weakly done as this was then it doesn't really matter does it? Just having a metaphor in your story doesn't make for a good film. The one compliment I will give this film is that it was nicely shot. Otherwise though I'm sad to say this was a complete misfire and not one I can recommend.


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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 March 2021 (USA) See more »

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Epic Pictures Group See more »
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2.39 : 1
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