Living in denial, the depressed, pill-popping child psychologist, Anna Fox, has holed herself up in her eerily vacant, ill-lit Manhattan brownstone apartment for the past ten long months, separated from her husband and their eight-year-old daughter. While unsuccessfully grappling with agoraphobia and intense panic attacks, suddenly, the Russells move in across the street, and brimming with curiosity, Anna decides to distract attention away from her problems by peeking into the lives of the unsuspecting new tenants. Then, one night, tensions flare, a deadly kitchen knife gleams in the dim light, and before long, someone ends up dead. Has troubled Anna, indeed, witnessed a gruesome scene of blood-stained domestic violence or is her wine-addled mind playing cruel tricks on her?
Some Things Are Better Left Unseen
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Did You Know?
After she comes around in the car accident with the car on its roof, where the family have all been hanging upside down in their seat belts for a while, the blood from their head injuries is seen as having run down their faces, whereas in reality it would have run into their hair. See more
You don't think it's paranoid if I wanna change the locks. Do you?
Written and Performed by Fred Kercy See more