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Suburban Mayhem

Rating:R (for strong sexual content, pervasive language, some violence and drug use)
Release Date:January 1, 2008
Running time:90 minutes
Cast:Emily Barclay, Michael Dorman, Robert Morgan, Anthony Hayes, Laurence Breuls
Director:Paul Goldman
Producer:Leah Churchill-Brown
Writer:Alice Bell
Distributor:Fortissimo Films

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Description: "Suburban Mayhem" is a sexy black comedy drama which tells the story of Katrina Skinner, a 19-year-old single mum who plans to get away with murder. Katrina lives in a world of petty crime, fast cars, manicures and blowjobs. A master manipulator of men living at home with her father in suburban Golden Grove, Katrina will stop at nothing to get what she wants, even murder. When her father threatens to contact social services and take away her child, Katrina sets in motion a plan to wreak suburban mayhem that will leave a community in shock and Katrina infamous in a way even she never dreamed of.

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