Sweet Home

Synopsis: Alicia is a young real estate broker who stumbles on an old apartment building, where she plans a secret and romantic meeting with her boyfriend Simon. But they don't know, that the lessor has sent some murderers to kill the last remaining tenant. When Alicia and Simon catching them in the act, they are forced to run, hide and fight for their lives.
Genre: Horror
80 min


Hey, babe.

Tonight... well, yeah,

I don't know, I'm exhausted.

Could we make it some

other night?

I'm just messing with you.

Happy birthday!

I called you like 27 times

and you never picked up.

No... we're not going to your

place, got a surprise.


Simon, it's your birthday.

Okay, okay, fine...

I'll cancel the reservation.


Do I get to buy some paninis

and some cheap ham...

or does that make you feel

uncomfortable, too?

Sorry. Yes, of course,

I understand.

I'm just trying to cheer you up.

Okay, at least trick your

housemates into going...

to the movies or something.

So... sorry, my battery

is about to die.

I'll swing by for you later,


I love you.


People think that rent control's

a privilege, I call it justice.

The price of rent

these days is crazy.

Tell me about it!

I've asked them time

and again to fix that.

They just ignore me.

It's really dangerous,

it could fall on you.

And there's no one else left

in the building?

No. No one.

A while back a couple tried

to do up the ground floor,

but the realtors

put a stop to it.

Said they were building an

illegal duplex.

And why was the renovation work

on the building stopped?

They thought that way I'd leave,

but they're sorely mistaken.

They even sent some squatters

in to make my life hell.

Who did?

Who do you think?

The realtors.

Haven't you been listening?

They want me out.

They want to tear

the building down.

They buy up old buildings and kick

out the old people living there.

They turn each apartment

into four or five,

then rent them for

a small fortune.

A great business!

But not me.

You're not going anywhere.




Ramon. The law's on your side.

And I'm giving the building

a favorable report.

The structure's not damaged.

But to be honest, I think you

should give in.

Well, well! And I thought you

were working for them, too.

Since there are no honest people

left in this country.

Yeah... look I know you don't

want to hear this...

but the situation's not likely

to improve.

This isn't much of a home anymore,

especially not out there.

I'm not leaving!

I see.


Could I have your card?

In case I think of anything else

to tell you.

Or, if something happens.

If anything happens, Ramon, you

should call the police.

I appreciate it.

Be sure to close the front door

properly. Please.

It's broken and anyone could

walk in.

Thank you.

Have a nice day.

You are scared of your own


Silly, you.

Stop, stop, stop! Look

at the mess you're making.

I tried to get them to go

to the cinema...

but they said with this weather, I

better just download something.

It's okay. We'll go

someplace else.

And don't say anything!

It hasn't cost me a cent.

Okay, all right.

Happy birthday.

You have to put this on.

Heh, you're joking.

No. It's my birthday surprise

and I'm totally serious.

Okay, all right.

So what, are we going?

Yeah, okay.

Ali, what are you doing?

Come on.

I'm really wet, you know?

Come on, okay, we're going.

-So, start walking.


Okay, good, stay here.

Give me a sec.

Now, go farther, yeah...

it's okay, it's okay.

Okay, I don't trust you!

Okay, I'm with you.

Now... one step.


-One more.




Ali, what's this?

Fit a bro and zero cost.

You like it?

Of course, yeah!

But where are we?

Yeah, I borrowed some keys.

Who's place is this?

Don't ask. Tonight it's ours,

okay? No more questions.


This is the nicest thing

anyone's ever done for me.


I swapped out the paninis

for my kid Ross.

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