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The Dead Kid (2013)

The Dead Kid starring Mandalynn Carlson, Kyerra Cheyenne, and Mark Berry. The Dead Kid is the story of Annie Baxter who, at the height of the Atlanta Child Murders in 1980, witnesses a young boy's torment and his eventual disappearance as suspicions surround a ... See full summary »

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... Annie Baxter
Kyerra Cheyenne ... Jean
Mark Berry ... Mr. Dunbar
Devin Clark ... Ted
DJ Clark ... Jimmer
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Monir Boutros ... Background
... Mr. Baxter
Darryl L. Clark ... Mean Boys Dad
Jacqueline Dixon-Fair ... Jean's Mom
Alisa Drew ... Kid #3
... Mr. Thomas
Chelsea Keenan ... Jean's Sister
Jacqueline Keenan ... Jean's Sister
Marc Keenan ... Jean's Dad
Kipp Kidd ... The Biker
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The Dead Kid is the story of Annie Baxter who, at the height of the Atlanta Child Murders in 1980, witnesses a young boy's torment and his eventual disappearance as suspicions surround a pair of bullies and the reclusive proprietor of the city's dump. Written by Anonymous

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We'd played with each other... before it mattered who was friends with whom.


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A Strong Short with Strong Messages
4 September 2013 | by See all my reviews

"The Dead Kid" finds a nice balance between tones of humor and sadness. It is an easy film to surrender yourself to because you can feel the filmmaker conveying that which many films lack: honesty.

The ability to find subject material that an audience can truly relate to can be a difficult task. Creating the experience to move an audience in line with that message, however, takes serious skill.

Though the director is only in the early stages of his career, he shows he can create a film that pulls the audience into a complete world. He allows you to travel alongside the protagonist with complete security knowing that your time -- and the experience -- are well worth it.


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