Directed by Nadia Latif
Beth, a thirteen year old white girl, is seemingly lost. She wanders around east London, seeking out help from strangers. But over the course of an evening, her interactions with fellow city dwellers take darker turns. Terror lies around every corner. But it's Beth who's the real monster lurking within our city.
Beth, a thirteen year old white girl, is seemingly lost. She wanders around east London, seeking out help from strangers.
Cast: Guy Lewis, Barbara Smith, Amanda Sarco
Confusing as to what the plot is even supposed to be. Wouldn't Reccomend.
I will genuinely never think about this short again.
When something is this dissapointing it is hard to leave a polite a review but I will try. The camera work, mixing, lighting and music are good. The short it self commits the deadly sin of being boring. I am sure there is supposed to be some sort of racial message in the story, I even tried to search for one online and watched the short several times. Basically it's trying to be provocative, and mean something different to each viewer. i.e. it doesn't know what it wants to do and when you aim for nothing you hit nothing. White Girl certainly did hit nothing... Having grown up in South East London and working in East London I personally feel let down by this short.