The Dark Stranger

Synopsis: Haunted by a terrifying spirit out of her graphic novel, a young artist struggles to overcome her psychosis before it destroys her.
Director(s): Chris Trebilcock
Production: Devonshire Productions
  1 win.
90 min

school today

and I think he's gonna help

me with this little project.

- You mean the show and

tell all with mom's art.

- Okay.

How did you know?

- I read the proposal that

creep gave you this morning.

- That creep is Randall Toth

and he's curating a

group show about artists

who have dealt with depression.

And that's why he wants

to use your mother's work.

- Great, so now everyone

can know what happened.

- It's just an art show, Leah.

- You know that's not

how mom would see it.

- Maybe,

but I thought that it

could be a great excuse to

get both your work out into the


- I'm sorry, my work?

I might as well take out a

full page out in the paper.

Leah Garrison, depressed artist,

irritating sympathies not


- Leah, this isn't about

anything other than

celebrating talent and I think

that you

and your mother can be

involved in that, that's all.

- So that everyone can criticize

my work.

- Will you at least talk

to Dr. Parsons about it?

- I don't know.

- All I'm asking is that

you talk to her about it.

- Can we just eat now and not


- Yeah,



- Sorry I can't cook like mom.

- No,

it's fine.

- Don't treat me like an idiot.


You know it and I know it.

- Please honey talk to me,

talk to me, honey.


talk to me.

I'm here for you, angel.

- Don't call me that.

- Please, Leah.

Leah, please.

- Please, please stop.

- Give it back. Give it back.

Angel, I'm so sorry. I didn't


- You know what I can't take

this anymore.

You wanna kill yourself

go ahead.

We'd be better off without you.

- Do it.

- Shut up.

- Do it.

- Stop.

- See you, Toby.

- See you tomorrow.

- Later t.

- Dad, you hear that?

It's crazy.

You should've came downstairs.

I think we

really found our sound.

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