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Crime, Drama, Thriller
The fact that roving reporter LB Jeffries is out of action with a broken leg, and trapped in his tiny apartment, may not sound like a recipe for excitement - but the things he sees out of his flat's back window are cause for grave concern. Along with the usual stuff of everyday lives - people arguing, sunbathing, making-up - LB thinks he's seen a murder. When he joins forces with his girlfriend Lisa, who's keen to show LB her fearless side, the two discover to their horror that they may now be in danger, too.
This film has a couple of uses of mild bad language
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This is a teaching resource written by CCEA's senior exam team, with Into Film in support of the GCE Moving Image Arts specification.
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