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Ellie (2006)

17 year-old Ellie abuses her body and subjects herself to dangerous situations for reasons we cannot begin to fathom. Some questions will be answered. Many more will be asked. There is no hope.

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Darcy Miller ...
Ellie
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Christian Davidock ...
Scott
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Mitch (as Marc Donovan)
Jane Eary ...
Mom
Veronica Heffron ...
Beth
Caitlin Jaffe ...
Shannon
Lindsey Kruichak ...
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Joseph Nevin ...
John
Jeff Zorabedian ...
Kevin
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17 year-old Ellie abuses her body and subjects herself to dangerous situations for reasons we cannot begin to fathom. Some questions will be answered. Many more will be asked. There is no hope.

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Short | Drama | Horror

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23 June 2006 (USA)  »

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$5,000 (estimated)
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gritty and beautiful film
14 August 2006 | by See all my reviews

Ellie is the latest award-winning short by Matthew Garrett. It is a most gritty, yet beautiful film. It explores the difficult and often uncomfortable subject of abortion. Darcy Miller, who plays Ellie, gives a splendid performance. She clearly demonstrates the twisted emotional state demanded by this film. Matthew Garrett does not shy away from the gut-wrenching gore, which in this case, is quite necessary. The story is carefully crafted, producing a true cathartic journey for the audience. Though this movie may be upsetting for some, it is definitely worth watching. The characters evoke a great deal of emotion from the viewer, and all are sure to have strong feelings about the content, one way or the other. This movie is sure to stick with you long after you have watched it.


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