Posted by Stephen Blahut
Good, Bad Not Evil
Ruthie, a young girl in the 1960′s, continuously has fantasies about a male “heartthrob”, Bo. Now Bo is not a a rock star or an athlete, but rather a serial killer of woman.
After Ruthie’s fantasies deepen she ventures to the city in hopes of glimpsing the man she loves on the day of his execution. When reality fantasy collide Ruthie will be changed forever.
Written and directed by second year film student Sarah Leibman; “Good, Bad Not Evil” draws inspiration from the restrained works of directors like Robert Bresson and clashes it with the styles of the modern American musical.
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