Windsor Drive

Synopsis: River Miller, a mentally unstable actor haunted by the past, moves to Hollywood to start his life over, only to find his inner demons are inescapable.
Genre: Mystery, Thriller
Director(s): Natalie Bible'
Production: Indican Pictures
 
IMDB:
3.3
NOT RATED
Year:
2015
90 min
23 Views


What would you do if you ever

lost me?

I would come find you.

What if it wasn't possible?

Everything is possible.

Promise me you'll always come

find me.

I promise.

I want to stay with you here

forever.

I love you.

River did you hear me?

Hello!

You in there, a**hole?

Hello!

Open the f***ing door!

The devils are here...

Hell is empty... The devils are

here.

Hard to read.

The end is blurry.

Jordana, we have to go.

Guys?

Ivy? Wulfric?

River, I've gotta get to work.

- Forget my job?

- No, I can't forget my job.

Not all of us are going to

be famous actors one day.

Someday, the two

of us are going to...

live on a little country ranch

in Montana...

Just the two of us?

Just the two of us.

I like that.

I like you.

Alright, I gotta go.

Don't forget, we have drinks

tonight...

with your two favorite people,

Pete and Jenn...

BROOKE:

River did you hear me?

Don't forget, we have drinks

tonight...

with your two favorite people,

Pete and Jenn...

BROOKE:

River, did you hear me?

Don't forget, we have drinks

tonight...

with your two favorite people,

Pete and Jenn...

Did you hear me?

River, did you hear me!?

So, how'd you find the place?

I saw the sign on the front

lawn.

I figured as much, smartass.

How'd you really find the place?

I guess it kinda found me.

It tends to draw people in.

Can I help you?

I'm here to see the room that's

available.

Really?

Promise me...

you'll always come

find me...

I usually have someone to show

the house, but...

I guess I can let you in.

I'm the one that's going to

be...

making the final decisions

anyway.

You're not some psycho, right?

Like, circling the neighborhood

to try to find your next victim?

I'm just looking for a room.

What are you going to do with me

when you become famous?

I'm gonna leave you.

Don't say that.

You can be one of my fans.

I'll be your biggest fan.

OK. Now we

gotta go. Yeah.

I'm not going out.

I've got to practice my

monologue.

But it's already good.

It has to be perfect.

Where do you come up with

this preachy stuff?

It... It makes you sound

psychotic!

You know I hate that word.

I know you hate that word.

It's just... it sounds a little

psycho when you talk.

You know why I HATE that word!

I know, because Jordana...

DON'T YOU DARE F***IN' MENTION

HER NAME!

Why do you always freak out

every time I mention her name?

I'm not trying to upset you,

River, I just...

How are we supposed to get

to know each other better...

when...

I don't know anything

about you.

I just... I'm sorry. Look, I

didn't mean to upset you.

I just want to know more about

you.

We've really got to go.

You know I don't f***ing drink!

I have no desire to hang out

with your low-life friends!

They're losers, dead beats,

coke-heads...

living off their parents' money,

getting f***ed up every night.

Why would you say that?

I don't say sh*t like that about

your friends.

I don't have time for f***ing

friends Brooke.

I'm busy doing something with my

life...

not drinking my life away.

You're gonna be stuck in this

shithole...

for the rest of your life!

F*** you!

Wulfric.

River.

As you can see, we like to keep

things simple around here.

This is my favorite room in the

entire house.

Creepy.

How so?

Living in a house with things

that are dead.

Nothing truly ever dies.

Where are you going?

I'm moving to LA, Brooke. I'm

leaving today.

LA? What about Montana?

What about Montana?

A ranch...

...Just the two of us.

Maybe... kids, and a wedding.

Kids? You think that I want

f***ing kids?

One f***in' kid would

ultimately end my life.

I would have to give up

everything.

My goals, my dreams. I'm not

ready for that.

And clearly neither are you.

This. This thing we've got going

on...

that you like to call a

relationship.

It's fizzled out, run out of

steam.

Not worth fighting for anymore.

You don't mean that!

Yes I do!

I want to go with you!

Don't you f***ing get it?

But I love you!

I never f***ing loved you.

It's over, Brooke.

What?

Why?

So. How'd you find the place?

Promise me you'll always come

find me.

I promise.

Who's artwork is this?

Well, mine, of course.

No, I'm lying.

Look, if you're not interested,

just tell me know...

and stop wasting my time.

No no no, I'm interested.

All right then.

You have a job, right?

Unemployed and a smartass.

You really are a catch.

Ivy's going to love you.

Ivy?

- You go see if she's in there.

- I'll catch up to you.

Get out of my house before I

phone the authorities!

Shhhhh.

Darling it's me.

I am just showing a new friend

here the room.

Sorry, I thought you were a

thief or something.

I'm River.

Ivy. Ivy Valeska.

What a beautiful name.

Sorry, I thought you were a

thief or something.

It's catchy isn't it? I thought

of it myself.

Stage names...

Stage names?

Everyone has a stage name in LA,

River.

It tells the industry

that you're serious.

With giant capital letters.

We're actors River.

I thought you were a painter?

I'm an artist, in all aspects.

I'm an actor too.

- We're obsessed with 20s cinema.

- Aren't we baby?

We kind of have to be.

Film History River.

You have to learn from the

greats...

if you're ever going to be one.

Would I have seen you in

anything?

I've been acting since I was a

child, mostly foreign films.

Films that most likely you

haven't seen...

you being American.

Wulfric and I met on set.

Isn't it funny how that always

happens? Set romances.

Ours turned out not to be just a

set romance.

Right. Let me show you the room.

It was nice meeting you River.

You too.

He's perfect.

What's with the birds at night

here? Its kind of eerie.

Morning glories. You'll get used

to them.

What happened to the guy who

used to live here?

He disappeared. Took off one

day without so much as a word.

And what if he comes back?

He won't. Trust me.

What's that?

That is the Leaf building.

Leaf building?

influential casting companies in

business.

Leaf Casting... Liz Leaf is

casting...

the new Windsor Drive film.

I didn't realize they were

making another one.

The first one was

so... devastating.

Several times. It's one of my

favorites.

Not too many people have. I'm

surprised that you...

That's because you don't know

me.

So do you want the room or not?

How much did you say the rent

was?

Eleven hundred.

When can I move in?

Jordana!?

Jordana!?

Full house.

Such rough hands for someone so

young.

That's because they've

been through a lot.

We'll let the past be the past.

To new experiences.

Now accepting submissions from

agency represented actors only.

No unsolicited submissions.

What the hell did I tell you,

a**hole?

I didn't know you were a morning

person.

I'm here to see Liz Leaf.

I wasn't notified of any casting

today.

Let me see your ID.

This is Randy. I have a River

Miller here to see Liz.

I don't have a River Miller on

the list.

Copy.

Sorry buddy. You're not in the

system.

You're an actor?

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