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

Oh. What do you do?

I'm a writer, and an editor

for newspapers

which, unfortunately,

don't really exist anymore.

- Well, I'm a writer, too.

- Really? For what?

I have a blog. Mom stuff.

You should send me some samples.

I'm always looking

for freelancers.

I can pay in exposure

and experience.

Thanks, but, uh,

I think I'll concentrate

on the mom thing for now.

Pretty soon, the mom thing

will be the only thing.


My heart rate's dropping.

I gotta go.

Anyhow, if you ever wanna go for

a run, I'm always on the move.

Well, it was great

to meet you, too.

Yvonne doesn't realize

that we're not all here

to entertain her.

I'm Sandy. I live next door.

Oh. Rachel.

- Let me help you with that.

- Oh. No, really, it's okay.

- I got it.

- Um...

Okay, well,

maybe just to the front door.

Please, really,

you don't have to do that.

[grunts] I am happy to help.

And besides, I always like

to get to know my neighbors.

- Where do you want these?

- Uh, anywhere.

- I'll figure it out later.

- Mm.

I met some

of our neighbors today.

Let me guess.

Gary, the silent dog walker.

He doesn't talk much,

which works out

because his wife Grace

doesn't shut up.

- She read my aura.

- Ah.

Other than the fact

that she sometimes dances naked

in her backyard under

the full moon, she's harmless.

- And you met Yvonne.

- Mm-hm.

- The workout queen.

- [laughs]

I walk every day, too,

but I do not treat it

like the Olympic trials.


she's also a blogger.

But she doesn't look like

she just had a kid, though.

So maybe I should go read it.

Yeah, well,

she's not exactly the most,

how should I put it,

hands-on mother.

I seem to be the talk

of the block.

Well, nothing much happens

around here.

So a new neighbor,

now, that's interesting.

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