Synopsis: After another teenager disappears from the idyllic suburb of Sunshine Hills, Suzy, the girl-next-door of every boy's dreams, persuades Daniel, a fourteen-year-old with an obsessive crush, to help her uncover the truth.
Genre: Drama, Thriller
Director(s): Dean O'Flaherty
Production: E1 Entertainment
  1 nomination.
97 min

[ Engine revving ]

[ Bell dings ]

[ Air brakes hiss ]

[ Ominous music plays ]

[ Music box plays ]


When people visit Sunshine Hills,

they comment on the beauty

add the serenity.

[ Children shouting playfully ]

What they don't talk about

is the raw fear

that resides in our eyes.

[ Girls giggling ]

l recall the exact moment

that our fear was born.

it started when the teenage girls

in our neighborhood

were being abducted.

And number 46. . .

the bad house. . .

with an equally dubious history

of rape and murder

but very few tenants.

Jeddy Wells was the first

of the three high-school girls

to be abducted.

l heard that they found Jenny's body

in a dumpster at the back

of a local supermarket.

She was slit

from throat to groin.

And from what l heard,

Jenny was never popular

at school.

She'd never been on a date.

She'd never kissed a boy.

She'd never truly tasted life.

[ Engine revving ]

Teresa Fields was next.

And on the night she disappeared,

neighbors say that they saw

her getting into a black car.

[ Engine revving ]

Her body was found

ravaged, impaled,

and hanging from a clothesline.

Amanda Howatt was

the most recent girl to disappear.

She remains missing,

and each day that passes. . .

our fear intensifies.

[ No audio ]

[ Mid-tempo music plays ]

[ Camera shutter clicks ]




She's doing it again.

Call her inside.

Quickly, before someone notices.

[ Door opens ]

[ Knocks on window ]


Darling, come inside!


Suzy, do what your mother says.

Get inside.

Get inside now!

I'll be in when I'm ready!

Do you have to make a scene?

[ Camera shutter clicks ]

l know you're there.

l hope you're getting a good look.

[ Sighs ]

[ Clock ticking ]

[ Smooches ]

You better get it in.


All right. Come on.

Hey, there's the mark.

There's the mark.

[ All talking at once ]

You can't get that.

[ Grunts ]

Hey, poofter,

give us the f*ckin' ball.

Hey, faggot. Are you deaf?

Chuck us the f*ckin' ball.

What is the matter with that kid?

Absolute freak!

[ All laughing ]

[ Camera shutter clicking ]

[ Horn honks ]

Get in. Give you a lift.

How come you don't hang out

with any of these kids?

l don't know

why they don't hang out with me.

They have their reasons, l guess.

Yeah, l bet they do.

Maybe they don't hang out with you

because you act like a weirdo,

act like a loser.

You sit reading those books

all the time,

walk around with that camera

taking pictures of nothing.

You don't like sport.

You don't even play football.

You think that may be the reason?

l don't know.

Oh, bullshit.

You know the reason, all right.

You have got to change.

lf you want to get anywhere

in this world --

get a good job,

earn money, earn respect,

get anywhere in life --

you have got to change.

Learn to be like everyone else.

[ Sighs ]

[ Brakes squeal ]

I've got to go back to work.

Clean up all that dog shit

in the backyard, will you?

All that thing ever does

is eat and shit.

[ Car door opens ]

Make sure you're inside before dar--

Hey, Daniel!

Who is that?

He's just a kid.

He's a bit strange.

He doesn't know how to speak.

[ Tab pops ]

[ Door hinges creak ]

[ Door opens ]

[ Door closes ]


[ Keys jingle ]

What are you doin'?


You weren't in our room again,

were you?


Did you pick up the dog shit yet?

Come and help me

with the groceries.

[ Whistling ]

[ Whistling stops ]

Thank you.

Are you staring at me?


Sit down. You can admire

my beauty expertise.

Pass me that lip gloss.

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