Friendship, Love, Murder
In a suburban wasteland of freeways, fast-food and pre-fab housing, two teenage girls meet and quickly become best friends. In the span of a single afternoon they share their most guarded secrets (both real and imagined) - and in a rising frenzy, murder an elderly woman for "fun."
Bonnie (Alicia Witt, Mr. Holland's Opus, CBS "Cybill") and Hilary (Renee Humphrey, French Kiss, Mall Rats) staunchly refuse to consider any motive other than fun, challenging their adult inquisitors (played by William R. Moses and Leslie Hope) to defend a society that offers them no voice. No understanding - and no love.
Sundance Film Festival- Special Jury Prize For Acting Alicia Witt and Renee Humphrey
"They Carve Their Initials In Your Memory Forever."- The Washington Post