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It's a Fae, Fae, Fae, Fae World 

Bo has been living on the run for years, trying to figure out why she kills people when she kisses them. After leaving someone she kills out in the open, she is contacted by a group called ... See full summary »

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The Ash (as Cle Bennett)
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Evony Fleurette Marquise / The Morrigan (as Emanuelle Vaugier)
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Salesman
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Large Man
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Tall Thin Man (as Stephen Hart)
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Beat Cop (as Robert B Kennedy)
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Bo has been living on the run for years, trying to figure out why she kills people when she kisses them. After leaving someone she kills out in the open, she is contacted by a group called The Fae. She discovers who and what she is, and is told to join one of two tribes, either the Light or the Dark. She refuses and chooses the side of humanity instead. Written by Harriet Jones

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Drama | Fantasy

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Kris Holden-Ried who plays Dyson, also played a character named Colin Nottingham in the Christmas movie Santa Baby 2. In the movie, he asks the main character where her boyfriend Luke is, however his character gets her boyfriend's name wrong and instead asks about "Bo". See more »

Quotes

Kenzi: Learn to enjoy your shit already, you can frickin' control people by touch, and not in a creepy hand job way. That is awesome.
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References Norma Rae (1979) See more »

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Swinging From The Chains Of Love
Performed by Blackie & The Rodeo Kings
Written by Stephen Fearing, Tom Wilson
Publishing courtesy of Mummy Dust Music and Sony/ATV Music Publishing Canada (SOCAN)
Master courtesy of True North Records
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