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Bay Park Cinema has just announced its latest release, The Girl Who Leashed Home, a coming-of-age tale starring Elizabeth Banks.
Set in a remote British village, the film follows the story of a young woman who moves to a remote rural house in the middle of nowhere.
After a brief stint as a housekeeper, she’s sent on a mysterious mission to investigate a mysterious boy, but her mission ends up bringing her to the attention of a ruthless family.
The Girl, directed by Elizabeth Banks, is available on Vimeo for $5.
The film is produced by The Bay Park Film Group, who previously produced The Boy Who Left His Father, which has been widely hailed as one of the year’s best films.
Watch the trailer for The Girl:Here’s the synopsis for The Boy:The Girl’s character is a quiet, innocent girl, and it’s her mother’s decision to send her to live with her uncle.
The uncle, who has a reputation for being cruel and controlling, believes the girl is an easy target and sends her to be trained as a servant.
She quickly discovers the harsh realities of life, and is determined to change her way of thinking and becoming a better person.