Jane Nichols a successful New York Ad Executive leaves her husband and her picture perfect world to find her roots. Getting on a train to the "middle of nowhere" Jane finds herself in ... See full summary »
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Lance E. Nichols
When Emily Parris exposes a secret society of teenage girls who have slipped out of the world of social media and into another world they've discovered in the woods at night. When she accuses the girls of committing sexually deviant activities, Emily sends the small American town into a atmosphere of hysteria and the national media spotlight. The mystery deepens when each of the accused girls upholds a vow of silence.Written by
Georgie Henley (Mary) originally auditioned for Lavinia and Emily. She loved the role of Mary but was afraid she wouldn't be able to do her justice. She was surprised when they later came to her and asked her to read for Mary instead. See more »
I could just tell everybody everything, then you wouldn't be able to meet in the woods anymore.
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I was fortunate to be in the North American Premiere of this film at the Woodstock Film Festival in October. Having grown up in Kingston, NY where the film was shot was an added highlight. In addition, the screenwriter and director, along with many actors in the film were available for a question and answer session after the showing. The filmmaking and acting was terrific. Georgie Henley did a great job as the main female lead as did Kal Penn, as a Guidance Counselor. The storyline was intense, but humor added in between the dramatic parts of the plot worked very well. Since the main characters are teenage girls, I would imagine that it would be that age group that is drawn to this film.
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