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The Connextion (2005)

| Short, Comedy
A 13 year-old girl runs up a $743 cell phone bill for the month (again). Her father takes the phone away for good this time. She then transforms into a possessed demon forcing her parents ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Arianna Chapman ... Mall Girl #2
Joe Coyle ... Dad
... Mom
Bruce Garrick ... Cellular dog walker
Charlyn Huss ... Cellular driver
Teo Olivares ... Cellular Skateboarder
... Darkman
... Grandma
Marty Russell ... Cellular Neighbor 2
Vincent Schuurman ... Shaved Head Cell guy (as Vincent Gotan)
Caitlin Sedio ... Mall Girl #1
Jyl Shoaf ... Cellular Neighbor
Joey Vreeland ... Mall Girl #3
Jacqueline Zdor ... Susie
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A 13 year-old girl runs up a $743 cell phone bill for the month (again). Her father takes the phone away for good this time. She then transforms into a possessed demon forcing her parents to call in a specialist to 'bring their daughter back.' But is she ever really cured? Written by Lisa Dalton

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cell phone | teenager | obsession | See All (3) »

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When a teen loses her cell phone privileges, can she ever return to normal?

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Short | Comedy

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$10,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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The film was developed through the Michael Chekhov Technique, used by all of the actors and crew. See more »

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Follows The Shakespeare Guy (2004) See more »

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The Connextion
Music written by Michael Cohen
Lyrics and Vocals by Zara Phillips
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