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DADDY'S GIRL

by David J. Evans

synopsis

Stephen is a psychiatrist struggling to hold his life together. Enduring perpetual grief over the violent death of his beautiful wife, his life is fraught with pain and tragedy. Surviving only through his copious intake of prescribed drugs, Stephen is anxious to return to work. When a close colleague at the hospital takes pity on him and reinstates him as Duty Psychologist, Stephen is soon confronted with a troubled teenage girl called Nina. With an obsession for cutting herself and a seemingly increasing blood-lust, Nina displays sinister behaviour which begins to push the boundaries of teenage angst. Are her actions merely a symptom of an unhappy home life or are they rooted in a much more sinister cause?

original title: Daddy's Girl
country: United Kingdom
sales agent: Carnaby International
year: 2007
genre: fiction
directed by: David J. Evans
film run: 90'
screenplay: David J. Evans
cast: Louise Delamere, Mark Lewis Jones, Richard Harrington, Jaime Winstone, Francesca Marie Claire, Tom Cullen
cinematography by: Jonathan Bloom
film editing: John Richards
art director: Bill Bryce
costumes designer: Allie Saunders
music: Owen Powell
producer: Nerys Lloyd, Trudy Sargent
production: Boda Productions, Carnaby International
distributor: Contender Films