Brad and Lexi have recently moved to a new neighbourhood in Los Angeles. Lexi is the bread-winner while Brad is a stay-at-home struggling musician. Right At Your Door begins on a typical morning with Lexi heading off to work but their humdrum lives are thrown upside down when a dirty bomb goes off downtown and a toxic cloud starts to pour ash all over the city. After failing to track Lexi down, Brad follows the advice of his neighbour’s handyman and seals the house with his wife outside. It’s not long before she comes home and finds her husband refusing to let her inside.
Drawing on his feelings following the September 11th attacks, writer and first-time director Chris Gorak has crafted a tale firmly rooted in contemporary western fears. His intention is to get the audience to put themselves in the position of the central characters and ask themselves what they would do if they were in the same position. It’s a very interesting premise for a movie and appeals to the more active movie watchers out there