Blind Malice

Synopsis: Karen, a visually impaired teen (Angelina Prendergast) and her grandmother (Grace Zabriskie) make a routine visit to clean the family-owned rental property. But things become unsettling when Karen finds herself alone and childhood memories surface.
Genre: Thriller
 
IMDB:
5.6
TV-MA
Year:
2014
100 min
35 Views


1

[Bird caws]

[Rustling]

[Chattering on radio]

[Radio announcer] A nutrition

doctor, Michael Haskin

who was falsely accused

of sex abuse

involving five

local Sausalito children

is back in the headlines.

Initial allegations eight

years ago accuse Haskin

of engaging

inappropriate touch

involving preteen

medical exams

with illicit purpose.

New allegations...

[Birds cawing]

- [Beeping]

- [Voice on phone] Battery 38%.

You have no messages.

[Beeping]

Signal...

Signal strength,

zero bars.

[Beeps] Signal

strength, zero bars.

[Beeps]

Signal...

Signal strength,

zero bars.

[Beeps] Signal

strength, one bar.

[Beeps]

We're in the middle

of dumb f*ck nowhere.

Please, I know

you love your solitude.

This is heaven.

And I might just get

to see a few stars tonight.

[Rustling]

It's freezing.

[Girl]

Roxy.

You've been

in worse than this.

[Roxy whimpers]

You could've just said no.

[Woman] Your father works hard

to keep these rentals up.

Let's just get

through this, okay?

Shall we?

Hmm. We'll have

to come back up

after the trial

and do the big stuff.

You know, I think

half these keys

are from rentals

he doesn't even own anymore.

This should do it.

Hello?

Smells like old people.

Anybody here?

[Clicks]

[Woman]

Light.

[Buzzing]

[Sighs]

Thank you.

Team work, okay?

Come on, down here.

Let's go.

If...

we do each of these things

in this order,

we'll be out of here

in two days

and on our way home.

He's got you wrapped

around his little finger.

[Sighs]

[Clears throat]

If you worked

as hard as he did...

Healing the world,

one child at a time.

- Karen...

- I'm just saying.

You know, your father,

he's going through

some unusual time.

Unusual?

- Yes.

- It's a pattern.

That was

eight years ago.

He's just smarter

about things.

People are desperate.

Doctors are targets.

He's under

a lot of stress.

We just need to relax.

Just to unwind.

Just...

breathe a little.

This... This will be good.

Some peace and quiet

away from the madness.

You're right.

I'm sure everything

will just be fine.

I... I have faith.

He'll just have to...

sell off

some more rental property.

Settle out of court.

Like he always does.

- [Smacks]

- [Kettle whistles]

[Rustling]

[Woman]

Front railing... yeah.

Your father's

gonna have to come up

in the spring

and fix that.

Where was I?

And two bulbs

in the den.

One in the hall...

One in the first bedroom.

Okay.

We need cleanser.

- [Karen] Bottled water.

- Bottled water.

Hmm. Cigarettes.

[Karen]

Yep.

More disgusting cigarettes.

Ah, we'll start

packing personal things

in the morning.

[Music plays]

[Raising voice] We start

packing personal things

in the morning.

[Music continues]

[Karen]

What?

- [Karen sighs]

- Grab your coat.

I'll just

slow you down.

I'm gonna stay.

Enjoy the solitude.

Nap.

Did you already take

your sleeping meds?

No, I'm actually

tired on my own.

Thank you, very much.

Oh, well,

don't wander off.

I'm not a child.

Okay, well...

I'll be back in an hour.

- [Sighs]

- At most.

[Car engine rumbles]

[Buzzing]

[Lights buzzing]

[Squeaking]

[Thuds]

Hello?

Hello?

[Rustling]

[Coughing]

[Electronic music plays]

[Roxy barking]

- [Music continues]

- [Barking continues]

[Whimpers]

[Whimpering continues]

Roxy?

Roxy?

Roxy, come here.

[Bird caws]

Okay, let me

get your leash.

Roxy, stay right there.

Roxy?

Roxy.

[Roxy barks]

Roxy, come here.

[Barking continues]

Roxy?

Roxy?

Roxy. Roxy.

[Barking in distance]

Roxy?

[Yells]

Roxy!

[Voice echoes]

[Crying]

Roxy, come here.

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Graham Streeter

Graham Streeter (born January 22, 1964) is an American film director, screenwriter and cinematographer. Streeter was raised in northern California until high school. He lived in Osaka, Japan for 10 years while working in film and television, then returned to the United States and attended California State University, Sacramento. Streeter earned a double degree in international business administration and Japanese, then worked for Nippon Television in Los Angeles as a television field producer founding Imperative Pictures in Hollywood. Streeter began his career in filmmaking by making short films, such as Crickets & Potatoes, a look at the absurdity of holiday dinner gatherings, and Frank in Five, with Paul Winfield, Gedde Watanabe, and Zelda Rubinstein. Streeter wrote, directed and also lensed the 2015 feature film "Imperfect Sky", starring Blake Scott Lewis and Sam Lucas Smith Winner Best Pictures, Dublin Underground film Festival, 2015, Winner Best Feature Film Hollywood Independent Cinefest 2015, Winner Best Drama, Best Male Actor, Best Supporting Male Actor, Sydney Indie Film Festival 2015, "Blind Malice" Winner Best Pictures, Sacramento International Film Festival 2014, and Best Thriller, Best Actress, Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival 2014, starring Grace Zabriskie, Tim Bagley, Grim Hans-Christian Bernhoft and Angelina Prendergast, produced by Imperative Pictures. Streeter also wrote and directed the 2013 academically proclaimed documentary "Boys in Peril", award-winning 2005 feature film Cages starring Mako Iwamatsu, Zelda Rubinstein and Bobby Tonelli. The film stayed in release in Asia for four weeks in 2007 and was the first Asian film to be purchased by the Hallmark Channel. more…

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