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Collette (Day Player)

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Production Details

Casting "Antagonized," a short film inspired by the true story of two good-looking, narcisistic young men who go on killing spree, filming each murder with their smartphones.

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Seeking

Female, ages 16-25, Caucasian

Role Description

Collette: (Day Player) Overweight girl who tries to hit on two good looking guys, not knowing they are serial killers.

Auditions

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Antagonized - script side

CUT TO – INT. PIZZA SHOP – DAY

Ian and Victor are eating and talking.

IAN
Dude, my metabolism has been like
lightning lately.

VICTOR
Really?

IAN
Yeah dude, I have like zero or one
percent body fat.

VICTOR
Yo this is random, but you know what
I was thinking about the other day?
It would fucking suck to be un-
circumsized.

IAN
Oh dude, I know. Thank God my parents
made the right choice.

VICTOR
Like it’s so fucking ugly looking
and it has to be dirty.

IAN
I know, like doesn’t it get all
dirty under the skin? Ew it’s not
even sanitary.

Ian and Victor both pretend to gag. Just then, a girl COLLETTE, 21, stands up from her booth across the restaurant and slowly approaches the guys’ table. The two give her a confused look.

IAN
I doubt we know you.




COLLETTE
(nervous)
Hey, my name is Collette. Um, me
and my friend were just sitting
over there and, uh, we just thought
you guys were really attractive and
we wanted to give you our numbers.

Victor just gives her a dirty look and turns back to his pizza.

IAN
Okay, I’ll give you the time of day,
but sweetie, I really don’t think
you’re in our league. I’m sorry.
You’re not healthy, and that can
pose a lot of problems. If someone
doesn’t at least look healthy on
the outside, how much could they
possibly care about their own life?

Collette turns and leaves before she sheds a tear.

VICTOR
Wait, wait come back. We’re not done.

Victor gestures for her to walk back. She turns around and comes back halfway.

VICTOR
Don’t you think people like you are
the reason no one else likes this
country? The overindulgence, the
addiction. You know nothing about
moderation. Nothing is done in
moderation anymore.

Collette says nothing and goes back to her friend.

VICTOR
Are you serious? Like I’m sorry,
but why would you even come up to
guys like us?