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May

Rating:R (for strong violence/gore, some sexuality and language)
Genre:Drama, Horror
Release Date:June 6, 2003
Running time:95 minutes
Cast:Angela Bettis, Jeremy Sisto, Anna Faris, James Duval, Nichole Hiltz
Director:Lucky McKee
Producer:Marius Balchunas, Scott Sturgeon
Writer:Lucky McKee
Distributor:Lions Gate Releasing

Web Site: http://www.maythemovie.com/

Description: May has always been a bit of an outsider--you might consider her a quirky girl. If you passed her on the street, you wouldn't notice that she is any different from scores of other young women trying to make their way in the big city. She lives alone, works as a veterinarian assistant, makes her own clothes, and dreams of finding the right person to fall in love with--soon. There is that hot guy who works as a mechanic down the street. A chance for romance looks promising, yet it's hard to be optimistic; he's not exactly normal either. Maybe she'll find what she's looking for with the sexed-up lesbian receptionist at work? As the adage goes, love tends to grow where you least expect it. What May really needs is a friend. But true friends are hard to make--unless you have plenty of body parts in your freezer waiting to be stitched together.

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