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The Dead Girl

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In Los Angeles, a story about a dead girl, told in five interlaced chapters. The clues to the young woman's death come together as the lives of seemingly unrelated people begin to intersect.
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IGN Movies
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June 25, 2007

The Dead Girl segues from one turgidly-paced, soul-crushing sequence to another with very little reason to continue watching.
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Ozus' World Movie Reviews

September 14, 2010

A dreary Chick Flick serial killer film, that puts a human face on the vic as it focuses on all the women affected by the serial killer.
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Associated Press
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March 02, 2007

Moncrieff never gets melodramatic with subject matter that easily could have been; she won't make you feel good, but she will make you feel.
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Urban Cinefile
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June 15, 2007

Intriguing and unpredictable, this multi-layered film delivers a profound ripple effect as it explores the complexities of anger, grief, denial and retribution
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Houston Chronicle
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February 23, 2007

All Screams aside, movies about serial killing are rarely chipper affairs. But few are as glum as The Dead Girl.
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The Coast (Halifax, Nova Scotia)
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July 12, 2016

There's not a laugh to be had, but the humanist Moncrieff is grabbing for your heart, rarely showing violence but letting the potential of it seep in from every corner, making fear itself the uncredited star.
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Atlanta Journal-Constitution

March 22, 2007

Karen Moncrieff's previous film, the shallow and pretentious Blue Car, in no way prepares you for this superbly acted, emotionally acute picture.
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ReelzChannel.com
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August 26, 2008

The tone is fittingly dark, the writing impressively poetic, and the performances excellent absolutely across the board.
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Orlando Sentinel

February 16, 2007

Murphy, devouring a bad girl role to go with her image, makes her the most alive person in what is most certainly not your typical Hollywood serial killer movie.
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Arizona Daily Star
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December 14, 2007

The masterful film, which was also released on DVD this week, sends shivers up your spine and devastates you five times over, then has you longing to wipe the sweat off your brow and start watching all over again.
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Seattle Times
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March 16, 2007

Those who pass on The Dead Girl are missing something. Moncrieff has assembled a remarkable (and mostly female) cast, and there are moments in this film that are as powerful as anything currently in theaters.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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February 09, 2007

It must be said that The Dead Girl is a film of considerable integrity. But before that, something else must be said: That's about as unappetizing an opening to a film as can be imagined.
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