Blood Type: Unknown

Synopsis: A wannabe novelist living under the shadow of her smothering parents finds herself captured in a four centuries old secret when she attends college and falls for the bad boy with an unknown blood type.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Doug Penikas
Production: GoDigital
90 min

Don't judge a book

by its cover.

A common saying,

and it applies,

because today is the day

I start my new life.

Or, rather, orchestrated life.

To me you're supposed

to be the conductor

but when you're a string

on an instrument,

you never know how

you'll be played.

Okay. Mother's almost done

making room in the car.

Are you all right, Caitlyn?


Uh, yeah, Dad, I'm fine.

My girl's not having

second thoughts now, is she?

No, I'm just thinking

about stuff, you know?

Oh, no, no, no, none of that.

No mushiness today.

Your mother's doing all she can

to hold back her tears

now that you're going off

to college.

I might be a little mushy, Dad.

No, stop.

'Cause if you get mushy

then your mother will get mushy.

And before you know it,

I'll be mushy.

And I don't want that.

Such a softie.


I am so proud of you.

My little girl all grown up.

Okay, hey.

Anything else?

It's just the last box.

Oh, all right.


I remember this.

First place,

calculus competition.

You were 12.

Can you imagine what a proud

father I was that day?

And second place.

English creative writing


Well, I'm glad

you're out of that phase.

Second place isn't bad.

Yes, but it's not first.

You're not really

taking this with you.

Of course I am.

Mr. Scruffy will be

the only one

to protect me from the baddies

now that you won't be there.

The next accountant

in this family

and she needs Mr. Scruffy

to protect her.

Well, you taught me

to be strong,

but everyone needs a sidekick.

You have Mom,

I have Mr. Scruffy.

Yeah, you know,

come to think of it,

I'd rather deal with Mr. Scruffy

than those boys at college.

You don't have to worry

about that, Dad.

I know.

I doubt any of those boys

are one-third the genius

my Caitlyn is.

I trust you.


We better get down there.

He means well,

but if only he could see

what is staring him

back in the face.

A daughter who's ready

to live her own life.

Jean, honey.

I thought we weren't going

to be mushy, dear.

I'm sorry.

But my baby's leaving me.

I mean, what kind of mother

would I be

if I didn't shed tears of love?

I'm not a cold-hearted person.

I'll be fine, Mom.

I know you will, sweetie.

I'm just so proud of you.

I mean, you're finally

going off

and getting your own life.

Don't forget about me.

Don't be silly, Mom, I won't.

I'll call you when

I get there, okay?

All right.

Come on, honey.

It's time.

I know that, George.

I just can't believe

this is actually happening.

Well, it won't

if you stay in the car.

She can't bring you with her.

Why not?

Don't you want me around


Of course I do. I'll keep

in contact, I promise.

You're a sweet child.

Want some more brandy?

Do I need to ask?

You do know that alcohol

will only make you feel worse.

Look at that.

My baby taking care of me now.

Oh, come here.

All right, come on, you guys.

You gotta get there if you

wanna be there before dark.


Mom, you can stop

hugging me now.


Mom, I can't breathe.


Oh, I'm sorry, sweetie.


We love you, Caitlyn.

I love you both.

Drive safe.

I will.



Driving long distances

by yourself

can be a blessing and a curse.

When your favorite music

isn't doing the trick,

then you're really at a loss

to keep yourself occupied

for the drive.

There's always texting,

but that's bad, too.

Then there's the worst thing

of all...


How bad can it be?

I can meet great people

that know who they are

and are passionate

about their studies.

It's going to be great.

This can be the best thing

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