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May Dove Canady (Character)
from May (2002)

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May -- Nobody knows what to make of May (Angela Bettis). Born with a lazy eye, for which she wore a patch while growing up, she became a loner oddball whose only friend was a perfectly kept doll. She moves to L.A. and takes up with a filmmaker (Jeremy Sisto), but the relationship sours quickly -- and dangerously. She then befriends an alluring lesbian colleague (Anna Faris), but that, too, along with every connection May attempts to make, turns deadly.
May -- Psychological horror about a lonely young woman traumatized by a difficult childhood, and her increasingly desperate attempts to connect with the people around her.
May -- Psychological horror about a lonely young woman traumatized by a difficult childhood, and her increasingly desperate attempts to connect with the people around her.

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May Canady was isolated during her childhood due to a lazy eye... See more »
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Young May

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  1. May (2002) Played by Angela Bettis / Chandler Riley Hecht (as Young May)

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From May (2002)
[Adam rushes to head out the front door to his house when he finds May outside of it]
Adam: Whoa! Jesus Christ, May you scared the hell out of me! What are you doing out here?
May: Standing.
Adam: How long have you been standing out here?
May: Since about... two.
Adam: [Adam looks down at his watch] You haven't really been standing out here for two hours have you?
May: [May quietly asks] What do you think?
Adam: Look I got your message, I'm sorry I haven't called you back. I've been really busy with making this movie.
May: You made a movie?
Adam: In college before I dropped out, I just finished putting it together.
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