Night Watcher

Synopsis: Following the unexpected suicide of her mother, Angela finds comfort in her new friendship with Brian. One day she receives a terrifying package containing a voyeuristic tape. The tape chronicles her mother's final days and reveals that someone had been following, watching...stalking her. As the death toll around town rises, it becomes clear that this is no mere coincidence. They thought they were suicides, but the truth was far worse.
Director(s): Will Gordh
Production: Lionsgate
 
IMDB:
2.8
R
Year:
2008
93 min
6 Views

Look.

We're gonna go smoke.

Want to come?

Um, no, thanks.

We'll be back.

She's probably just in the car.

You're an asshole, Mike,

I swear to God.

Listen, I didn't say anything.

Nothing happened.

She just got mad.

- Oh, she got mad? Got?

- Yeah, got.

You're gonna have to think of something

to say to her. You're apologizing.

- Fine, whatever.

- You guys...

It's nice to know that

there are others out here

who have had the same

kinds of experiences,

who've been through

the same kind of feelings.

It can be very hard

to relate to people

about a suicide in the family.

Sometimes you just need

to talk to people

who understand.

There are some feelings

that a lot of people,

even your very best friends,

are not gonna be able

to relate to.

Well,

we were supposed to have a couple

of new people here today,

but it looks like a couple of them

couldn't quite make it.

So we only have one...

one new link in our chain.

What we usually do

when we have a new member

is a self-introductory

type of thing.

Okay.

Whenever you're ready.

My name is Angela.

Hi, Angela.

And...

I guess the reason I'm here

is because...

Hi.

Are you Brian?

Yeah.

Continue.

You always have to

take the bus?

What?

Oh, no.

I do it sometimes

to save money on gas.

Oh.

I used to always have to take the bus

when I was little.

I hated it.

It made me really

anxious, you know?

I felt like I was

gonna miss my stop.

I always got nervous that

I was gonna miss my stop.

It's really stressful.

But it's one of those

it's-the-least-l-can-do

sort of things, you know...

riding the bus, that is.

Why were you late?

Missed the bus.

No, you didn't.

I just was, I guess.

My name is Brian.

I knew that already.

Oh, yeah.

You're Angela.

I knew that already also.

Who was it?

My dad.

You?

My mom.

I'm sorry.

Well, good luck

on the bus, Angela.

Don't get lost, okay?

Thank you so much.

I guess I'll see you next time?

I'm probably not going back again

if I can help it.

Yeah, I don't want to either.

Really?

No.

- Well...

- I mean, I guess.

I don't know, I haven't really

thought about it.

Well, do you want to talk

about our sorrows elsewhere then?

Like where?

Like online?

No, definitely not online.

Well, not like a date, right?

Just out.

Are you seeing someone?

No. Are you?

I probably wouldn't be

asking you if I were, right?

- Hey, Brent.

- Morning, Angela.

How's the security business?

Sorry to hear about your mother.

Thanks for helping us out, lan.

That's really great of you.

Angela, hi.

Hi, Mr. Lopes. I didn't know

if you had class or something.

No, I'm just here for you.

Oh, I didn't know

I was so special.

No, I mean

I scheduled this

meeting with you

because I need to know

what's going on with you.

I know.

I'm trying to get...

Do you work?

No, I don't.

Just to be honest

with you, Angela,

you're not gonna pass

this class

the way things are going.

It's not the quality

of your work.

You're not too stupid

for this class.

It's just that

you don't turn anything in.

At the same time,

I can't cut you any slack

because you haven't

given me a reason

to cut you any slack,

you know?

L... I don't know.

I know, I know. It's just...

My God.

My mother died

really recently.

She wasn't old

or anything.

She...

killed herself.

And, you know, my dad's,

like, not in my life.

We're sort of

not on speaking terms.

I'm sorry.

It's okay.

I can sympathize.

I lost my daughter Beth recently.

She had tonsillitis,

you know, which usually

isn't very serious,

but things just kind of...

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Daniel Vincent Gordh

Daniel Vincent Gordh (born 24 June 1985) is an American actor, writer and comedian, probably best known for his portrayal of William Darcy in the Primetime Emmy Award-winning web series The Lizzie Bennet Diaries.Gordh completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre at the University of California, San Diego in 2007. During college, he competed in springboard diving, and was the UCSD Diver of the Year for 2006-07. Gordh is openly gay, after coming out on social media in 2015.Gordh has acted in numerous web series. He was a series regular in The Lizzie Bennet Diaries (2012-14), for which he was nominated for the Streamy Award for Best Actor in a Drama in 2014. He also appeared in The Cracked Advice Board (2011), Hipsterhood (2013), The Dark Knight Legacy (2013) for Machinima, and Hollywood Acting Studio (2013), made for the Starz network.Gordh’s television roles include guest appearances on Cold Case and Mad Men, and his film roles include Night Watcher (2008), Black Velvet (2011), Unfinished Business (2015), and Non-Transferrable (2017). more…

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