Long Distance (2005)





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Monica Keena (Abby Morgan on television's Dawson's Creek) headlines the direct-to-video psychological thriller Long Distance. She plays Nicole Freeman, an average young woman who walks into a waking nightmare when she accidentally dials a wrong number one evening, "interrupting" a murder-in-progress. The psychopathic perpetrator spots Monica's name and number on the caller I.D., and repeatedly phones her back. He then stages a trail of homicides across the country that lead to Monica's Boston house, and implicates her in each murder. Ivan Martin, Kevin Chapman and Tamala Jones co-star; Marcus Stern directs, from a script by Michael Rasmussen, Shawn Rasmussen and Glenn Cooper.
R (for violent content, some language and brief sexuality)
Drama , Mystery & Suspense
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Monica Keena
as Nicole Freeman
Iván Martín
as Frank Halsey
Tamala Jones
as Margaret Wright
Richard C. Snee
as Detective Keating
Lonnie Farmer
as Detective Robinson
Alice Duffy
as Mrs. Norris
Bates Wilder
as Agent Turner
Frank Ridley
as Sheriff
Paula Plum
as Sarah Freeman
Emily Bauer
as Tammy
David Ian
as Building Super
Michael Cuddire
as Agent Davis
Emily Galvin
as Attractive Neighbor
Tim McIntire
as Charlie
Alexis Page
as Child
Mark Van Savage
as Agent Wilson
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Audience Reviews for Long Distance

Excrutiatingly overacted on the part of Monica Keena. Not much in the suspense department, and the ending is basically a cop-out. There were not enough clues given to have you make the leap that brings you to that point. Would have been a fair psychological thriller had Keena's acting been toned down a notch and the ending been at least somewhat more believable within the context of the rest of the movie. Give it a pass. You wrote this on 9/10/08.

Don Schick
Don Schick

The film was a winner until a stupid twist ending kills it. It's a shame, because it was a suspenseful thriller until that point. One other flaw is Monica Keena's melodramatic performance. It is a role beyond her acting range.

James Higgins
James Higgins

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