Little Girl Lost: The Delimar Vera Story

Synopsis: The true story of a woman who believed her infant daughter had perished in a fire, only to find her 6 years later living with another family.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Paul A. Kaufman
Production: Front Street Pictures
  3 wins & 7 nominations.
89 min

(dramatic music)

(birds chirping)

(faucet trickling)

- Sh*t!


- You scared me.

(man moaning)

- Where's your mom?

- She's at the store.

She'll be back in like an hour.

- You like staying here?

This is a nice place, right?

- Yeah.

- I'm a good guy, huh?

You like me?

- I guess.

- Anything I could help you with?

Anything I can do for you?

I just wanna be there for you, that's all.

Maybe you need a little extra cash.


I know you done this before.

- A hundred bucks?


I'm a little more expensive than my mom.



- You got just as bad

of a f***ing attitude!


- What the f*** are you doing?!

Get the f*** away from her!

- F***ing join in, b*tch!

(woman yelling)

Teach your b*tch kid some f***ing manners!

(glass shattering)


Do it, b*tch!

(dramatic music)

(mother yelling)


(dramatic music)

- Hey.

This has got to stop.

Get your sh*t together.

We're getting out of here.

Come on, let's go.

Come on!

- Okay.

(city commotion)

- Christ.

Throw me my phone.



Thank God we've got a guy

coming here in 10 minutes

who can pay for this sh*t.

F***, where's my makeup?

Can you see it?

- Sorta.

But it's pretty dark in here.

He probably won't notice.

- You wanna wait in the

bathroom or the car?

- Bathroom.

- Actually, wait in the car.

You're getting too big

to hide in the shower.

- Okay.

Got my vaporizer in there?


- Hey.

You forgetting something?

Give it 45 minutes, max.

- Okay.

(door closing)

(men chatting)

- [Man] What's up, nia?

- What's up, girl?

(distant police siren)

- Hey.

(birds chirping)


- Fix this.

It looks like sh*t, I'm telling you.


- Hola, Kimmy.


- Oh, come on.

Honey, I missed you.

Show me some love.

This is my baby girl, Shara.

- Hi.

- Yeah, Cap, how you doing?

All right, f*** it, come on in.

- All right, let's go.


- Room's 300 bucks a month.

All the utilities are included.

You have a small fridge

and a hotplate right there.

- This is so ghetto.

- Get out.

- Is she always f***ing like that?

- Yes.

- F***.

Washer and dryer.

If you wanna use that

it's gonna be an extra

hundred bucks a month.

Or you could use the

laundromat down the street

but I don't recommend.

- I'm sure, if we need to use the laundry,

we can work something out.


- I'm sure we can.

- We can.

- She's not gonna be a problem, is she?

Because, you know, I don't usually allow

other people's kids here or anything.

- She's fine.

(water bubbling)

(pleasant music)

(somber violin music)

- Hello?

(water sloshing)

Did you enjoy the show?

- What show?

So you guys moving in or?

Are you one of my dad's whores?

- Is your dad Cap?

- Yep.

- My mom met your dad in

a court ordered rehab.

They used to f***.

We're renting a room.


- Okay.

So I guess we're housemates.


By the way,

nice tits.

I know you love it.

(somber beat music)

Here you go.


I thought this was yours.

You shouldn't leave

your purse lying around,

what're you doing?

- Not mine.

- Not yours?

Okay, let's see if there's an ID in here.

And there is no ID.

Just a bunch of Benjamins.


- Can I have a sip of that?


- You normally take beers from strangers?

- Sorry, what's your name?

- Jamie.

- Jamie, can I have a sip of that?

- Yeah, I guess,

considering I've already seen your tits

and you're crashing at my pad.

Yeah, why not?

You a...

Are you f***ing kidding me?

You said a sip, whoa.


(people cheering)

- All right.


(people cheering)

- Your fascination with my tits

isn't impressing me at all.

- Jesus Christ, I'm sorry, you're hot.

What am I supposed to do?

And you put on a crazy show for me.

I aint complaining but

I didn't expect that.

- Didn't expect what?

To come home to random some chick

doing back flips in your pool?

- Pretty much, yeah.

- Who said it was for you?

- All I'm saying is that it was hot, sh*t.

Another beer?

- Do you got anything harder?


- What do you want?

- I don't know, vodka?

- Vodka?


Let me check.

- Actually, nevermind.

I'll see you later.

(somber beat music)

(somber piano music)

- So you know what to do.

He's obviously got dough, which is good.

- How long should I give you?



- If I'm not out in like three hours.

- What?

- Look at this neighborhood, girl.

Time is money.


- Hey, sugar britches, over here.

I'm gonna bring you in through the side.

- Okay.

- It'll be a little more discreet.

How's yourself?

- Oh, I'm fine, thanks.

- You know, I'm not trying

to be an a**hole or anything,

but you look a little older

than I thought you'd be.

I mean, your ad said 27.

- Yeah, well, it's bright out here.

- I guess it is.

So who's the little chick

in the car with you?

- My daughter.

And don't ask.

You couldn't afford her.

- Really?

Mother, daughter tag-team.

I've never tried that.

It sounds so freaking hot.

- Yeah, well, I didn't

say we'd do it together.


- Would you?

- Oh.

Five grand.

- Is that all?


We'll save it for next time.

Tonight I'm gonna take mommy

out for a little test drive.


- Okay.

(birds chirping)

(car engine rumbling)

(girls chattering)

- She's f***ing gross.

(seatbelt alarm beeping)

- Put your seatbelt on.

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