See for Me

29

93 minutes – Thriller/Suspense, Home Invasion
Language: English
Release date: January 7, 2022
Production company: Wildling Pictures
Canadian distributor: IFC Midnight

Sophie (Skyler Davenport) is a young blind woman who has agreed to house-sit a secluded mansion. When the house is invaded by thieves seeking a hidden safe, her only means of defence is a new phone app called “See For Me”. It connects her to a volunteer across the country who helps her survive by seeing on her behalf. Sophie is connected to Kelly, an army veteran who spends her days playing first-person shooter games. Sophie is forced to learn that if she’s going to survive the night, she’ll need all the help she can get. As it turns out, a blind teenage girl is not powerless, in this stylish suspense thriller.

Northernstars reviews See For Me.

See For Me, movie, poster,

Crew:

Producer:

Matt Code
Kristy Neville

Executive Producer:

David Di Brina

Associate Producer:

Julie Strifler

Director:

Randall Okita

Screenwriter:

Randall Okita

Cinematographer:

Jordan Oram
Jackson Parrell

Editor:

James Vandewater

Composer:

Joseph Murray
Lodewijk Vos

Production Designer:

Ciara Vernon

Art Director:

Rabab Ali
Ashlee Catonio (Set decoration)
Avalon McLean-Smits (Set decoration)
Vanessa Popoli (Set decoration)

Costume Designer:

Robyn MacDonald

Cast: Roles:

Skyler Davenport
Kim Coates
Jessica Parker Kennedy
Laura Vandervoort
Natalie Brown
Matthew Gouveia
Keaton Kaplan
Pascal Langdale
Emily Piggford
Joe Pingue
George Tchortov
Drew Tyce
Stuart Clow

Sophie
Rico
Kelly
Debra
Sophie’s Mother
Cabbie
Cam
Ernie
Deputy Brooks
Dave
Sophie’s Mom
Otis
Guide
Announcer (voice)