Rick Hamilton has crafted a gripping story about a woman with severe agoraphobia. However, through the course of the film, she starts to think that perhaps what's inside her apartment when she sleeps is worse and scarier than all the things she imagines are outside! After all, footprints start appearing in her bedroom and she sees more and more of the each time she awakens!
What I loved about this film is how well the plight of an agoraphobe is portrayed. I also appreciate how the viewer is left wondering just how much of the woman's fear is real and what is not. This sort of ambiguity is exciting and the film keeps the viewer on the edge of their seat as they watch. A simple story, yet very, very well done.
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