In Noise, a young woman (Trish Goff) moves into a New York apartment to start a new life following her divorce, but begins to grow tired of suffering the excessive noise from her upstairs neighbor (Ally Sheedy). It is an interesting, if flawed, little film. Director Tony Spiridakis does a good job at creating a sense of torment and tension, playing on the conflicting feelings of curiosity and irritation (that manifest in voyeurism and ire) towards neighbours living in close quarters. Ally Sheedy (yeah, THAT one) is great as the source of the title noise, and her increasing weirdness is alternately entertaining and certifiably creepy. Unfortunately, Goff, while she has an interesting look -- she is a model turned actress for this role -- , often betrays her inexperience with flatly delivered lines. Moreover, the film takes a third act turn that is both predictable given thriller tropes yet unbelievable given what we know of the main character. Watch it for the atmospheric indie style, not necessarily for how well it hangs together.