SEE FOR ME (2020) Home invasion thriller with an iPhone app twist

See for Me is a 2020 Canadian thriller film about a blind teenager fending off thieves with the assistance of a unique iPhone app.

Directed by Randall Okita from a screenplay co-written by Adam Yorke and Tommy Gushue, the Wildling Pictures production stars visually impaired actor Skyler Davenport, Kim Coates, Jessica Parker Kennedy and Laura Vandervoort. Produced by Matt Code, David Di Brina and Kristy Neville.

Plot:

Blind teenager Sophie (Skyler Davenport) is house-sitting at a secluded mansion which comes under attack from thieves seeking a hidden safe.

Her only means of defence is the iPhone app ‘See for Me’ which connects her to Kelly, a veteran and volunteer across the country who spends her days playing first-person shooter games online and who must now see on Sophie’s behalf…

Release:

Deadline has reported that “Paris-based sales firm Elle Driver has inked a slew of pre-sales on under-the-radar home invasion thriller See For Me, which was one of the sleeper hits at the virtual AFM.” Meanwhile, the film is currently in post-production.

Cast and characters:

Skyler Davenport … Sophie
Kim Coates … Rico
Jessica Parker Kennedy … Kelly
Laura Vandervoort … Debra
George Tchortov … Otis
Pascal Langdale … Ernie
Emily Piggford … Deputy Brooks
Joe Pingue … Dave
Matthew Gouveia … Cabbie
Keaton Kaplan … Cam

A trailer for See for Me is currently unavailable.

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