Frank awakes in a post-coital embrace with a younger girl, Rose. When she awakes she dresses hurriedly muttering about feeling guilty she walks over to a cupboard and pulls out a camcorder ...
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Frank awakes in a post-coital embrace with a younger girl, Rose. When she awakes she dresses hurriedly muttering about feeling guilty she walks over to a cupboard and pulls out a camcorder which had been recording the previous night's antics in order to provoke jealousy in her real boyfriend. Rose apologizes and leaves Frank distressed and heartbroken. Through flashbacks we witness Rose and Frank's meeting. Frank scores drugs from his friend Calvin. Frank speaks about his alienation from the world. Calvin hands Frank some tabs of acid which he takes. Feeling guilty Rose smashes the tape of her and Frank. Frank begins to trip hard and with his intense self loathing begins to strangle himself. Out of nowhere he receives a phone call from his own self-conscious who convinces him to take charge of his life. Frank breaks into Rose's house and begins to scream at her before calming, claiming that he will leave if she grants him a goodbye kiss. He takes out a bottle of poison and pours it ... Written by
Lead actress, Charlotte Russell, was given a prop diary to fill in during the rehearsals stage to get into the mindset of her character Rose. The director, Jack Delaney was so impressed by the results that he dubbed them in as voice-over during a key scene in which Rose contemplates what she has done. See more »
The films director, Jack Delaney, is clearly visible on the first establishing tower block shot preceding the scene inside Frank's house with Daniel Attwell and Robin Parrish. See more »
Has someone every said to you 'hey, you're acting weird, you're not being yourself' Well, if you're not being yourself then, who are you being?
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