Good acting but standard story in a 48 Hour Film Project short
I saw this movie at the screening for the 2005 Portland 48 Hour Film Project, where it won the top prize. I was surprised that it took the high honors, not because it's bad but because it had good competition, and it's a fairly standard thriller scenario. The case of mistaken identity late at night in a lonely woman's home creates some tension, and the movie has an interesting video look reminiscent of a low-budget 1980s slasher film. It has very good acting, especially for a 48 Hour Project entry, but it's not a particularly exciting or rewarding narrative. It's worth watching if you get a chance, and you might be able to find it on a 48 Hour compilation DVD.
- Apr 11, 2007
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