A Typical Fairytale

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    A young couple have a romance fit for a storybook- told entirely in rhyme. They live happily ever after until their child diverges from the classic narrative. Will they find the bravery to leave their expectations behind and write a new story?

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    A Typical Fairytale

    • British-Columbia
    • Length: 10 min. 35 sec.
    • Director: Annette Reilly
    • Actors: Narrator: Mike Klemak, Sherry: Annette Reilly, Larry: Brendan Taylor, Princess/Prince: Ameko Eks Mass Carroll, Woman: Amy Fox
    • Genre: Drama
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    A young couple have a fairytale love story but are interrupted by their child's divergence from the classic narrative.

    Genre: Drama
    Target Audience: All Audiences
    Target Length: 8 minutes
    Budget: $10,000

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    Annette Reilly ,  British-Columbia

    Synopsis

    Sherry and Larry, a young 20 something couple, find each other one night in a bar. Their love, it was magic! The two have a romance fit for a storybook- told entirely in rhyme.They seem to live happily ever after when one day Sherry is visited by a crazed homeless woman who informs Sherry of her impeding pregnancy and its result: a son! The couple do have a child. Not a boy, but a girl who only adds to the perfect life they've built...until she doesn't. She begins acting out; diverging from the classic happily ever after, until at 10 years of age, she admits that she is not a she at all! The parents are left reeling from the confession, feeling as though they've lost their child. Will they find the bravery to leave the classic narrative and write a new story? One of love and acceptance?

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