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Set in a small suburban town, high school student Dylan becomes worried when his popular best friend starts getting followed incessantly by the odd girl out. Her admiration seems harmless and innocent to his friend, but Dylan isn’t so sure…
“Odd Girl” by Rami Kahlon
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More About “Odd Girl”:
Dylan, a popular and charismatic high school student, finds his perfect existence suddenly compromised by the unwelcome attentions of lonely outcast, Belinda. Much to Dylan’s disappointment, his best friend, Mindi, takes pity and invites her into their inner circle. As Mindi and Belinda grow closer, Belinda lights up with new-found confidence while Mindi becomes cold and reclusive, distancing herself from Dylan and his friends. As this increasingly abnormal behaviour becomes intertwined with eerie supernatural forces, Dylan is compelled to dig deeper into Belinda’s true character, but what he discovers next is something more menacing than he ever imagined.
“Odd Girl” Credits:
Written & Directed by: Rami Kahlon
Produced by: Andy Wong
Director of Photography: Farhad Ghaderi
Sound Design: Justin Aucoin
Edited by: Gloria Mercer
Original Music by: Ben Euerby
Production Designer: Tawni Botelho
Costumes: Milena Krondl
Key Hair & Makeup: Terra Boreen
Location Sound: Alex Shamku
Casting Director: Matreya Scarrwener
Dylan – Taylor Kare
Belinda – Kayla Janelle Tellier
Mindi – Parmiss Sehat
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