Revolves around four friends at a prestigious university whose promising futures are jeopardized when they become connected to the accidental death of a classmate. When another student says...
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Revolves around four friends at a prestigious university whose promising futures are jeopardized when they become connected to the accidental death of a classmate. When another student says she knows about their involvement, the friends panic and start to plot her murder.Written by
Initially titled "Tell Tale Lies," this movie references numerous works by Edgar Allen Poe, most notably The Tell Tale Heart. See more »
[Following the end of Camille's song note]
Thank you! We'll let you know.
Do you guys want me to do the scene?
No it's alright we have quite a few girls to go through today. Thank you for coming in.
I was up all night practicing.
I'm sure you were. Everybody does. I've just seen enough.
[after picking up her bag and jacket from the piano tableside]
I'm not going to hear from you.
Do you mind me asking what I did wrong?
Okay, first off your song choice.
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