Audra (Debra Lamb) has really had better days: she has overslept, has a
heavy head from last night, and should get her dissertation done - and she
hears strange noises in her apartment that make her jumpy. Eventually, she
sees something written on her bathroom mirror about life repeating itself
endlessly - but only for a second, then it's gone.
A figment of
her imagination? Maybe, and probably something she has read when
researching for her dissertation.
But the sound coming from the
ventilation shaft is definitely not a figment of her imagination, this one is very
real, and it sounds like someone crawling through it and a woman gasping.
knows she won't find any peace until she has found out what's going on, so
she climbs into the ventilation shaft and crawls and crawls until she finds an
opening to another apartment ... and what she finds in there positively
freaks her out ...
Event, a student film starring genre
fave Debra Lamb when she took a hiatus from professional acting, might
have been shot on a very low budget and without any real on-screen
spectacle - but it's a great peace of suspense cinema all the same: It
builds up tension up to its feaky finale rather masterfully, features all
the little twists and turns one has come to like with a story like this
one, and lovely Debra, despite her temporary retirement back then, proves
she still knows how to carry a movie.
Totally worth a watch, trust me
... and hey, you may as well do so right now: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D5AIvH3j2_Q&feature=youtu.be