Don't Look Down (film)
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Don't Look Down is a 1998 American horror television film directed by Larry Shaw and produced by Wes Craven. It originally aired on 29 October 1998 on ABC. The film is about a woman who is struggling to cope with the death of her sister and joins a group for sufferers of acrophobia. However, it appears her problems may only be starting.
|Don't Look Down|
|Directed by||Larry Shaw|
|Produced by||Ted Babcock|
Robert M. Sertner
Frank von Zerneck
|Written by||Gregory Goodell|
|Music by||J. Peter Robinson|
|Edited by||Michael D. Ornstein|
Von Zerneck Sertner Films
|Distributed by||ABC (television airing)|
Disney-ABC Home Entertainment and Television Distribution (syndication)
|29 October 1998 (original airdate)|
The film starts with Carla, her sister and her boyfriend on a road trip in the cliffs. After a freak accident when Carla's sister falls from a cliff, Carla develops a fear of heights. In an effort to overcome her phobia she joins a support group, but when the other members of the group begin dying one by one, Carla begins to suspect she was the real target of the accident.