A Deadly View

Synopsis: Rachel and Peter, a young expectant couple, move to the suburbs after they are shaken up by a robbery. They intend to start their family in a peaceful and quiet environment, but with each ...
Genre: Thriller
Director(s): Andrew Cymek
Production: Good Soldier Films
86 min

[car engine starts]

- Bye.

- Bye.

Hi, neighbor.




I'm so sorry about this,

but I'm really desperate.

- Do you mind... Oh!

- [Rachel gasps]


I'm so sorry.

I didn't mean to scare you.

I'm Grace. [chuckles]

I live across the street.

You met my husband this morning.

- What?

- Yes.

He was walking our dog.

Oh. I wouldn't really say

that we met, but...

Oh. You're having a boy, I see.

A girl, actually.

Are you sure? Uh...

- You're carrying so high.

- The doctors insist.

Oh, doctors don't know anything.

Ah, you have a lovely

yellow aura right now.

When are you due?

- Four weeks.

- Oh. A full moon baby.

Very powerful.

Powerful is good, I guess.

Patricia's told me

all about you.

Yeah, I could have sworn

she said a boy.

I bought my house from her

years ago.

She's such a sweet person.


Always trust an Aries, I say.



Hi. I'm Yvonne.

You must be Rachel.

- I live across the street.

- Let me guess.

- Patricia told you all about me.

- How'd you know?

Peter's mom

seems to have a tight hold

on the neighborhood.

I'm really glad you're here.

The old neighbors

were so antisocial.

None of us were surprised

when they got divorced.

Well, we're not even married, so

our divorce is a long way off.

Oh, handsome man like that.

Smart to lock him in

however you can.

The key is keeping them

interested after a long day

at the office.

Is that the key?

I just had a child

six months ago.

You couldn't tell, could you?

Uh, so where's your child now?

My best piece of advice?

Hire help

and outsource the hard stuff.

Without Orla, I could never have

gotten my body back so fast.

Oh, uh, we won't be

hiring a nanny.

I'm just between jobs right now.

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