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A Chevy van sits alone on an open road. It rocks erratically. The door swings open and JENNIFER stumbles out. A bloody knife drops in the dirt beside her. An arm shoots out of the car and grabs her leg. She screams, snatches up the knife. Swings and jabs till the three inch blade hits bone. And she’s free.After catching a passing train, Jennifer takes a seat next to MARVIN. By the time they reach Marvin’s stop she has persuaded him to take her home, then surprises him by falling asleep in his guest room. He is startled in the middle of the night when Jennifer climbs into bed next to him. The next morning she awakens alone in Marvin’s blood-stained bed.
Jennifer settles into Marvin’s home nestled in the idyllic town of Chestnut Hill. As she wanders through town she finds a job at a local bar. GREG, the owner, and Jennifer begin an affair. Jennifer schemes to get rid of Greg’s girlfriend, SARAH, and to win the affection of Greg’s mother, EDNA, a faded beauty, and booze hound. Jennifer is successful on both counts.
We soon learn that Jennifer is pregnant and claims Greg to be the father. Having been raised without a dad, Greg commits to being a devoted one. After the baby is born, he finds that he actually likes being a parent. The problem is, he isn’t happy with Jennifer. She, on the other hand, loves the idea of having a family but can’t cope with motherhood. Turmoil ensues. At the end of her rope, Jennifer opts for a drastic solution, eventually finding herself back where she started.
Posted in New Video Digital | Tagged Dee Wallace, Drama, Emerging Narrative Program at IFP (Independent Filmmaker Project), female director, female serial killer, first-time director, genre: drama, micro-budget, suspense, Thriller