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The Perfect Girl (2006)

| Short, Thriller
A deranged loner yearns for love. His dream-girl mysteriously wanders into his life. Obsessions lead to murder and he discovers the true meaning of love.

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Sam Soto ...
Johnny (as Herbert Sam Soto)
Hillary Clark ...
Dreamgirl
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Rachel
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Rudy
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Dr. Harris
Brianna Lancy ...
Anne Sullivan / Student
Victor Phan ...
Officer 1
Joseph Perez ...
Officer 2
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EMT 1
Julie Nguyen ...
EMT 2
Gia Trovela ...
Student
John Clark ...
Student
Jesús García ...
Student
Melissa Kenst ...
Student
Greg Nelson ...
Student
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A deranged loner yearns for love. His dream-girl mysteriously wanders into his life. Obsessions lead to murder and he discovers the true meaning of love.

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Short | Thriller

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$9,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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Victor Phan adapted The Perfect Girl into a short story and had it published in the April 2008 issue of Down in the Dirt Magazine and in the Decrepit Remains horror anthology. See more »

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Holds you to the end...
15 March 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This horror movie keeps you until the very end. The story is about a young college kid who becomes obsessed with a girl that he sees in a picture. When a similar looking girl appears in his class, he becomes even more deranged. He can't even tell what's real and what's not. It's only at the end when you realize who the girl in the picture really is. It never is what you think. The effects and angles are good, and some of the scenes make you cringe or want to turn away like a great horror film. The movie really makes you feel what the characters go through. I feel that the film makes when to great lengths to really allow the audience to feel what's happening. It's a well told story from the beginning to the end.


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