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My Name is 'A' by anonymous
Alyssa: Portrait of a Teen Killer

USA 2011
produced by
Alisha Rayne, Ewan Bourne (executive), Duane Smith (executive), Corey Browne (executive), Kevin Gage (co), Ryan Nicholson (co) for Mad Sin Cinema, Rainy Day Productions
directed by Shane Ryan
starring Katie Marsh, Demi Baumann, Teona Dolnikova, Alex Damiano, Kaliya Skye, Joseph Marsh, Domiziano Arcangeli, Sean Cain
written by Shane Ryan, song written and performed by Teona Dolnikovy, music by Andrew Shewell, Ginnetta Correli, Lynnemusic, Casey Fera, Kevin MacLeod

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Alyssa (Katie Marsh) is a teenaged girl who hides the fact that she's suffering from parental neglect behind constant babbling, filming herself on cam, and by mocking everybody especially her sidekick (Demi Baumann).

The sidekick we learn next to nothing about, other than that she's a quiet girl, and for whatever reason, she adores Alyssa, follows all of her whims, and seems to have nothing better to do anyways.

Then there's the performer (Teona Dolnikova), a wannabe artist who on the outside just seems to be frustrated that she hasn't found her voice yet, but once you dig deeper, you find a lot more than that, and there might have been some sexual abuse in her past.

Finally there's angst (Alex Damiano), who seems to be at the last stage of self destruction, a suicidal anorexic with a puking habit who suffers constant sexual abuse from her own alcoholic father (Domiziano Arcangeli).

There is not much that these four girls have in common, apart from the fact that they all feel lost, and express this by putting on extreme, weird and morbid make-up, and by cutting themselves, just for fun. And they have something else, something even more serious in common ...

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A very chilling tale not so much about murder but about social neglect and teenage wastelands, told in a non-linear way without trying to give explanations for the girls' ultimate act - of despair? of alienation? of revenge against society? of whatever else ... - (which wouldn't have worked anyways), instead puts an emphasis on atmosphere and makes you identify with the girls and their inner emptiness - which of course makes their crime all the more shocking - probably also because by having come to know the girls it's no longer totally incomprehensible ... which makes the movie so powerful of course.

Absolutely recommended, actually ... but be warned, this is one depressing film.

 

Actually, this is the longer version of the 20-minute short The Columbine Effect - and the additional footage only adds to the story's impact.

 

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