In this extreme spine chiller, a terrible night unfurls for David (Luke Kleintank), a previous New York Times writer, when he and his odd new neighbor Robert (Jonathan Rhys Meyers), coincidentally hit a young lady on her bicycle. Hummed and perplexed, David allows Robert to persuade him to run away from the area and leave the young lady for dead, to safeguard his profession. Robert shows no regret, and for the sake of kinship he does unspeakable things to safeguard the mystery. Things start to twisting wild when the police include the neighborhood paper where David works and he is alloted a meeting of the dead young lady’s sister Vanessa (Eloise Smyth). Regardless of the conditions, and her profound craving to find her sister’s executioner, the two quickly have a heartfelt association, which shocks and torment David, while pushing Robert to find fierce ways to hush up about his new companion.
Jonathan Rhys Meyers
A look at the The Good Neighbor behind-the-scenes crew and production team. The film’s director Stephan Rick last directed The Super.