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Linda LeThorn and the Music Box (2012): Written and directed by Meg Skaff.
Starring Aundrea Fares (Linda) and Ashley Peoples (Geraldine)
**** out of ****
A young, disturbed woman is brought to her breaking point when a music box that she inherits from her deceased aunt begins to take over her life in writer / director Meg Skaff’s truly unique and original,Linda LeThorn and the Music Box.
The perfectly cast Aundrea Fares (who bears a striking resemblance to Amanda Plummer) stars as the title character whose life unravels when this music box comes into her life, which it affects strongly, specifically a budding relationship with Geraldine (the sprightly Ashley Peoples), who Linda meets at a meeting of a society of women who take pleasure in picking their own skin.
(Aundrea Fares stars as Linda LeThorn)
Skaff’s characters are unusual, perhaps, but there’s such humor, honesty and innocence to their every move that you cannot help but be moved by their plight.
Linda LeThorn and the Music Box is one of the best short films that I have seen in a long time and I look forward to Ms. Skaff’s next work .
Information on Linda LeThorn and the Music Box is available on the Internet Movie Database.
Here is a trailer for the film: http://vimeo.com/33980348
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