Keep Your Distance (2005) 720p YIFY Movie

Keep Your Distance (2005)

Keep Your Distance is a movie starring Gil Bellows, Jennifer Westfeldt, and Christian Kane. In the perfectly normal town of Louisville, KY, there is a perfectly normal man living the perfect life. David Dailey is a man who has it...

IMDB: 5.41 Likes

  • Genre: Drama | Mystery
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.14G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 94
  • IMDB Rating: 5.4/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 2 / 1

The Synopsis for Keep Your Distance (2005) 720p

In the perfectly normal town of Louisville, KY, there is a perfectly normal man living the perfect life. David Dailey is a man who has it all: A great career, a community that adores him, and an enduring marriage. But beneath the surface, David's idyllic world is crumbling. He's haunted by a series of mysterious notes that warn of an imminent fall from grace. His sultry wife Susan is hell-bent on expanding the horizons of their sex life - with or without him. His longtime assistant Whit is gunning for his job. And he finds himself increasingly attracted to Melody Carpenter, a curious stranger he instinctively trusts because she doesn't know him well enough to betray him. Complicating matters, Melody's jilted boyfriend Sean, a charming and talented trust fund baby, regards David and Melody's fledgling friendship with contempt. As his jealousy seethes deeper, he concocts a devious plan to win her back, unaware his overly protective father has ordered his number one ally to keep an eye ...


The Director and Players for Keep Your Distance (2005) 720p

[Director]Stu Pollard
[Role:]Gil Bellows
[Role:]Jennifer Westfeldt
[Role:]Christian Kane
[Role:]Kim Raver


The Reviews for Keep Your Distance (2005) 720p


keeps you on the edge of your seat!Reviewed bymartinifanVote: 8/10

I recently had the opportunity to check out an advance screening of Keep Your Distance, director Stu Pollard's sophomore inde effort. In the opening moments of Distance, the viewer is given glimpses of a politician running for office, his face being paint-balled on a campaign poster, a popular radio talk-show host and his wife, a break-in involving computer sabotage, some steamy sex, a woman driving and living out of a suitcase, the talk-show host's wife leaving a high-end hotel (and looking incredibly sexy, strutting like she means business), a powerful man and his son at the racetrack, a note left on a windshield, an extremely public wedding proposal, child-porn charges, and a hit-and-run. All of this occurs within the first few minutes of beautifully shot footage, as Pollard weaves an intricate, visually gripping web, and piques the audience interest level?we're given pieces of a puzzle, and over the course of the next 95 minutes, are challenged to figure out who's doing what to whom, and why. The film could easily be titled Keep You Guessing.

In today's politically vitriolic atmosphere, one might expect a director to use a campaign angle to further some type of personal agenda. But Pollard takes a home-grown Louisville slugger to preconceived conventions, avoiding any political stance at all, and instead uses the film to illustrate what a high-stakes game life is politically, professionally, and personally for each of his well-formed characters. The deeply personal becomes politically charged, and the overtly political comes home to roost with the most serious of consequences. Blackmail, stalking, and the conflicting emotions involved with fulfilling a ménage a trios fantasy are all in play, and Pollard never insults our intelligence by spelling it all out for us. We're free to call 'em like we see 'em, and the fun to be had is in trying to pin the tail on the bad guy?or girl?or both.

After creating a wonderful comedy about Everyman in his first effort, Nice Guys Sleep Alone, Pollard shows us some definite range, going in a completely different direction with a dramatic work that keeps you guessing. As in his first film, Pollard wrote and directed Keep Your Distance, and again uses his native Louisville, Kentucky as a sort of character. While most films seem to be about life on one of the coasts, ignoring the millions in "fly over" country who prop up the film industry, Pollard stays true to his roots, and uses Louisville to great effect. The message comes through that life can be every bit as complicated for a southern talk-jock (or his assistant, or a traveling pharmaceutical saleswoman) as it is for a guy in the O.C or Manhattan.

Pollard has a knack for casting highly talented team players dedicated to the craft of storytelling, and that commitment shines through in Distance. Gil Bellows delivers a pitch-perfect performance as popular radio host David Dailey, and the stunning Kim Raver is ideal as his morally ambiguous poster wife, who wants it all, and is dead-set on getting it. Jamie Harrold, as Whit, Dailey's assistant, is excellent, and Jennifer Westfeldt is superb as a workaholic pharmaceutical rep being torn in different directions; like Bellows', her journey becomes ours. Christian Kane plays the trust-fund pop wannabe with conviction, and his obsessions help drive the film home.

Stacy Keach and Elizabeth Pena are rock-solid in their character roles, and my only complaint would be that they didn't have more screen time. Gary Anthony Williams, Cynthia Martells, Jenny McShane, and Dennis Burkley all round out the film nicely in supporting roles.

Don't believe the IMDb hypeReviewed byme-1261Vote: 1/10

You know, I watched this movie based on other user comments on here.. I can't believe they were written by real people. How can a movie have only 118 votes, and already around 50 (very very very positive) user comments? To sum the movie up: Celebrity radio presenter finds out through a mysterious note that his wife is cheating on him with a woman. He randomly meets another woman, they talk about who's sending the notes. And nothing at all happens from this point on. This movie is just plain bad. It's supposed to be a thriller, but nothing really happens. The characters don't have any character. There are around 10 stories happening at the same time, but are all of the same low quality. I can't believe I sat through this thing. Don't watch it, and don't believe all the comments you read on IMDb.

A Worthwhile Romantic ThrillerReviewed byClayDeaverVote: 9/10

I went for a nice ride on this film, the vehicles suspension wasn't to stiff, it handled very well, I wasn't required to be sophisticated to understand it's workings; yet it retained the required mystery, many thanks to the engineers for not adding a surplus of bells and whistles, sometimes less really is more with the exception of Jennifer Westfeldt that is. I would have enjoyed a lot more of her. However here my judgment might be clouded, as I think she would be fascinating just reading the phone book.

I enjoyed a friends advice to pay close attention, as the plot had some detail that could easily be missed. I took the recommendation and gave the film the attention it deserves.Bellows,Raver and kane delivered their craft well and Raver was convincingly scary as the heartless wife. I may have rated it to high but it was refreshing not to see unnecessary violence in a decent thriller and of course then there is the Wesfeldt factor.Wow!

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