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USA 2010
produced by
Chip Lucas, Nancy Feliciano (executive) for Falcon Video
directed by Phil Herman
starring Nancy Feliciano, Phil Herman, Debbie D, Tiffany Sinclair, Christopher Kahler, Texas Malone, Joel D. Wynkoop, Franklin E. Wales, Ron Germy, Claire Llewellyn
written by Phil Herman, music by Joe Sherlock, Christopher Kahler, edited by Christopher Kahler

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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20 years ago, Kim (Nancy Feliciano) was kidnapped by some hooded psycho, tied up and stripped naked, and it was half a miracle that she managed to escape unscathed (at least physically). However, the guy who did this to her was never caught, and as a result, her horrible experience from back in the day still lacks closure. In that respect, it's hardly surprising that Kim is plagued by nightmares to this very day ... but of late, they have intensified, to a point where she can no longer distinguish dream from reality, plus Kim is getting phonecalls from her tormentor from back in the day, or she thinks she is - and Kim's best friend Charlene (Debbie D), who thinks she's just suffering from a sudden wave of hysteria, is hardly any help.

Enter cable guy (Phil Herman), who comes by to install the cable but who's a man Kim immediately feels attracted to, the first in a long time - and since he feels attracted to her as well, he makes up a pretense to come for another visit.

What happens then is not quite clear, it's clouded by Kim's warped perception: Either they live out a porn fantasy with the beautiful single woman seducing the cable guy on the spot, or they have drunken sex after a few too many beers ... or nothing happens at all.

Problem is, after a while, Kim recognizes the cable guy to be the kidnapper from 20 years ago. And before you know it, cable guy gets sucked into Kim's world of weird nightmares and warped perception - until ...

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A greeat low budget shocker that starts out like your standard psychothriller to by and by veer off into a totally different direction, culminating in not one but two surprise endings that shed a whole different light on the film in retrospect. The film's tight editing, subtle directorial effort and great cast of course help in developing its multi-layered story to full effect and make this a very memorable movie.



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review © by Mike Haberfelner


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