I Was a Teenage Serial Killer (1993)
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An early short film by Sarah Jacobson, I Was a Teenage Serial Killer, makes for a very rough, budgetless, 27-minute black comedy, as her protagonist (Kristin Calabrese) goes around killing misogynists in a variety of ways. An assembly of vignettes that illustrate different behavior rather than a straightforward plot, but it's all driving towards a mission statement that has some strong lines, but is also a bit on the nose. I didn't really need to serial killer's origin story as it's not very original. But then, that may be the point. It's even delivered matter-of-factly. You know, I wish I could tell you that Jacobson was a name to watch out for, as her raw, angry voice is one we still need to hear. But she produced very few films and died of cancer at the young age of 33. More's the pity. I would have kept up with her career.
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