• Director

    Randall Okita

  • Producers

    Matt Code, Kristy Neville

  • Screenwriters

    Adam Yorke, Tommy Gushue

  • With

    Skyler Davenport, Kim Coates, Jessica Parker Kennedy

  • Canada 2021. 92min

  • Sales

    Elle Driver

  • Language


After a skiing accident that has left her blind, Sophie (Skyler Davenport) clings to her independence and makes a living as a housesitter, an income she supplements with a little petty thievery. When her FaceTime accomplice refuses to enable her stealing, Sophie turns to online-app See For Me. That’s how she meets Kelly (Jessica Parker Kennedy), a gamer girl and former soldier. Initially, Kelly comes in handy when Sophie accidentally locks herself out, but she proves even more useful when a gang of professional burglars break in during the night. There are shades of David Fincher in the situational thriller that follows, creating claustrophobic tension in the vast expanses of a remote mountain lodge, as Sophie navigates the dangers lurking in the dark.

Damon Wise

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