Right at Your Door
Right at Your Door is a 2006 American thriller film about a couple and follows the events surrounding them when multiple dirty bombs detonate in Los Angeles. Chris Gorak both wrote the screenplay and directed the film in his writing and directorial debuts. It was first screened at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2006, where it won the award for Excellence in Cinematography.
The film opens with Brad (Rory Cochrane), an out-of-work musician, making coffee for his wife, Lexi (Mary McCormack), who is still in bed. She leaves for work and Brad is left home alone. Over the radio, he hears that several suspected dirty bombs have been detonated across Los Angeles. He exits his house and sees large amounts of smoke rising from the city. Brad gets into his car and drives to the city to find Lexi. Brad tries to contact her through her cell phone, but only receives a busy signal. He soon finds that all roads now have police blockades.
|editor||Jeffrey M. Werner|
|keywords||blockade car crash cell phone come out dirty bomb duct tape home alone infect lock masked man medical supplies mother being police blockades police officer quarantine radio news small boy suspect talk show tony perez|
|producer||Jonah Smith Palmer West|
|productionCompany||AFI Catalog of Feature Films Thousand Words|