Two feuding siblings find their usual mischief augmented when psychic powers are suddenly thrown into the mix.

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Rebecca Rodriguez ...
Rebecca
David Rodriguez ...
David
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The Fashion Monster (as Maricarmen Rodriguez)
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When Rebecca, a little girl, is tripped by her older brother David (Bedhead) because she tried ramming him when her doll was vandalized, she lands on her skull and psychic powers are unleashed. She begins torturing David...but when she is injured once again, she decides to herself to use her powers for better purposes. Written by Thomas Martens <martensa@cadvision.com>

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Short | Comedy | Family

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19 April 1991 (USA)  »

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Бэдхэд  »

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Bedhead was a student film project by Rodriguez while he was at the University of Texas at Austin. See more »

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Referenced in Dikiy Duh (2012) See more »

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Funny and Well-Made
25 April 2016 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Bedhead (1991)

*** 1/2 (out of 4)

This short film from Robert Rodriguez shows exactly what you can do with very little money but a lot of imagination. The story is about a little girl who is constantly being abused by her jerk older brother. His bad bedhead hair is where the title comes from and after being knocked to the ground the sister grows some special powers, which she is going to use to teach the brother a lesson.

I don't know what the budget of this film was but it's obviously very small yet the director manages to show off how much talent he has. I watch a lot of these shorts and more often than not they're good movies but ever so often you find one where you can watch and see that the director would have a future in cinema. This is such an example because the story itself is just so creative and it's done in such a fashion that you can't help but smile at the revenge and also be impressed with the technical quality of the production. There's some terrific editing and some great camera-work, two things that would become a staple for the director in future years.


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