A psychological drama about a woman trying to piece her life back together whose problems escalate when she confronts her mysterious upstairs neighbor.

Distributed by Thinkfilms and Slamdance Media Group

STARRING: Trish Goff (in her feature film debut), Ally Sheedy (High Art, The Breakfast Club), Giancarlo Esposito (Breaking Bad, Do The Right Thing, The Usual Suspects), John Slattery (Ant-Man, Captain America, Spotlight) and Dov Davidoff (Hustlers, Invincible).

Trish Goff makes her acting debut in the psychological drama NOISE. Goff plays Joyce, a newly divorced, recovering alcoholic who moves to New York to start a new life for herself. At first, everything seems to go smoothly, as she easily finds a new job and a suitable apartment. But then Charlotte (Ally Sheedy), her upstairs neighbor, invades her life. Charlotte’s late hours, indifference to her fellow tenants, and manipulative nature begin to drive Joyce crazy, bit by bit, until she finally realizes drastic measures will be needed to stop Charlotte’s behavior. NOISE is akin to paranoid, claustrophobic dramas like PACIFIC HEIGHTS and THE TENANT, and played to acclaim at independent film festivals around the world.

Praise for Noise

“The specter of Polanski inevitably looms over any film whose themes involve paranoia and claustrophobia, as it does with NOISE…”
– Variety

“…A sensationally taut, alluring performance by newcomer Trish Goff as a divorced New York copyreader bedeviled by a noisy neighbor… Goff effectively portrays her character’s arrogance and insecurities, emotional coldness and sexual neediness.”
– indieWIRE

“ (A) nifty thriller with echoes of Pacific Heights and Roman Polanski’s Repulsion… Sheedy is quite terrifying as Charlotte, a woman who smiles and serves tea while plotting all manner of mischief”
– The Orlando Sentinel

A compelling story… Lance Doty’s script is laced with sharp, witty dialogue.
– Ain’t It Cool News

“Sheedy’s Charlotte is a splendid rendering… NOISE nails the ugly truth about nightmare neighbors: The only way to really beat one is to become one”
– Orlando Weekly