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Tony Spiridakas' psychological thriller Noise stars Trish Goff as Joyce Chandler, a newly divorced, recovering alcoholic who rents her own apartment in order to get her life back in order. Her attempts at living a calm existence are hampered by the intrusions of her neighbor Charlotte Bancroft (Ally Sheedy). Charlotte seems an eccentric at first, but Joyce begins to suspect that Charlotte is downright deranged and a threat to the peaceful life she has tried to create.
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Tony Spiridakas' psychological thriller Noise stars Trish Goff as Joyce Chandler, a newly divorced, recovering alcoholic who rents her own apartment in order to get her life back in order. Her attempts at living a calm existence are hampered by the intrusions of her neighbor Charlotte Bancroft (Ally Sheedy). Charlotte seems an eccentric at first, but Joyce begins to suspect that Charlotte is downright deranged and a threat to the peaceful life she has tried to create.
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Special Features

Commentary with director and writer; "Sounds Like Noise" a 9 minute documentary film; Cast and crew bios
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All Movie Guide - Jeremy Wheeler
The idea behind Noise is a good one, though this indie pic is far from a home run of a thriller. It's a bit hard to sympathize with an unlikable main character, but it's even worse when the character is played by Trish Goff. The Victoria's Secret model comes off so pretentious and stuck up that you actually begin to root for Ally Sheedy to torture her out of existence. Sure, not every character study needs to have a pleasant protagonist (in fact, they almost work better if they don't), but this is ridiculous! As the story unfolds and the main character falls into more and more personal chaos, it's not uncommon to feel absolutely nothing for the Joan Jett-wannabe at the center of it all. By the time the climax stumbles around, it's pretty clear who was driven insane -- you, the audience! Fine direction by Tony Spiridakis makes things a bit less daunting, though he should have spent a bit more time in the casting chair than behind the lens.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/22/2005
  • UPC: 821575534659
  • Original Release: 2004
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  • Source: Velocity / Thinkfilm
  • Time: 1:24:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Trish Goff Joyce Chandler
Ally Sheedy Charlotte Bancroft
Giancarlo Esposito Hank
David Thornton Elliot
Wendy Makkena Del
Nikki Hansen Sheila
Michael Knight Dr. Steve
Michael E. Knight Dr. Steve
Technical Credits
Tony Spiridakis Director, Producer
Charly Bender Editor, Executive Producer
Jennifer Carter Co-producer
Lance Doty Producer, Screenwriter
Evan Estern Cinematographer
Shannon Goldman Producer
Michael Panitz Asst. Director
Stephen Rajkumar Sound/Sound Designer
Nives Spaleta Costumes/Costume Designer
Michaela Zanzani Production Designer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Joyce [4:04]
2. Mrs. Bancroft [3:22]
3. Tricks [5:56]
4. Joyce & Elliot [6:25]
5. Hank [4:39]
6. Women's Group [5:33]
7. One Flight Up [3:13]
8. Joyce & Dr. Steve [4:27]
9. Giving In [4:12]
10. "A Rest" [6:31]
11. The Edge [2:34]
12. Charlotte's Misfortune [3:00]
13. Too Late [10:18]
14. Nobody & Nothing [3:33]
15. Rehearsing [7:07]
16. End Credits [5:51]
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Side #1 --
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   Scene Selection
   Special Features
      Sounds Like Noise
      Cast & Crew Bios
         Tony Spiridakis: Director/Producer
         Lance Doty: Writer/Producer
         Trish Goff: Joyce
         Ally Sheedy: Charlotte
         Giancarlo Esposito: Hank
         Shannon Goldman: Producer
         Charly Bender: Editor
         Paul Riggio: Composer
      Commentary Track With Director, Writer & Editor: On
      Commentary Track With Director, Writer & Editor: Off
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Who's Up There?

    This film is an errie look at life in the big city. Anyone who has ever has questions about their neighbors should check this film out. It's a great ride that has a few twists that makes you think sometime maybe fiction is stranger than life.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Eerie!

    Former model Trish Goff makes her acting debut in the psychological drama NOISE. Goff plays Joyce, a newly divorced, recovering alcoholic who moves to New York to start a new life for herself. At first, everything seems to go smoothly, as she easily finds a new job and a suitable apartment. But then Charlotte (Ally Sheedy), her upstairs neighbor, invades her life. Charlotte's late hours, indifference to her fellow tenants, and manipulative nature begin to drive Joyce crazy, bit by bit, until she finally realizes drastic measures will be needed to stop Charlotte's behavior. NOISE is akin to paranoid, claustrophobic dramas like PACIFIC HEIGHTS and THE TENANT, and played to acclaim at independent film festivals around the world.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Thought Provoking

    You'll love this film if you are looking for something different. This film defies the predictable and carries the viewer into a plot free to surprise us giving us a satisfying cerebral experience. Noise has the complexity, the nuance, the depth, of some of the best films I've seen. I highly recommend it to those looking for a change of pace from your typical Hollywood film. Trish Goff's performance was remarkable considering this was her first effort and she is literally in every scene. Ally Sheedy was fantastic as the antagonist. The script introduces us to idiosyncratic characters, dialogue with an ear for the vulgar and the literate. The pace of the editing were dead-on. The music and sound design were perfect.

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