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Daddy's Girl Review
The film works rather well and I loved the ending, which I won't spoil. There are also some moments of black humour, a look by Nina back and forth between blender and poodle was darkly humorous – though her actions subsequently were just plain disturbing. This was down to an excellent performance by Jaime Winstone who really came across as a twisted young madam.
DADDY'S GIRL (UK) / CRAVINGS (US)
Daddy's Girl will drag you through seduction, manipulation, wilful betrayal and a haunting that refuses to desist. Daddy's Girl exploits the increasingly blurred distinction between psychosis and reality. It explores the fragile relationships between people and the explosive metamorphoses that comes with adolescence. It is a film that asks questions that you do not always want to know the answers to.
Contender takes on Daddy's Girl starring Jaime Winstone
UK distribution company Contender Entertainment Group has taken all UK rights from Carnaby International to horror film Daddy's Girl.
The UK psychological thriller was directed by Welsh first-time feature director DJ Evans. Nerys Lloyd of Boda Cyf produced.
BAFTA Wales film nominees include Summer Scars, Daddy's Girl
BAFTA Wales has announced the nominees for its 17th annual awards. Nominees for best film are DJ Evans' Daddy's Girl, Ashley Way's Small Country (Calon Gaeth), and Julian Richards' Summer Scars. Daddy's Girl star Richard Harrington is also recognised in the best actor category.
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