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She intends 'Dead Girl' to spur lively discussions

Karen Moncrieff calls her second film a Rorschach test

By Lynda Gorov
Globe Correspondent / March 25, 2007

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LOS ANGELES -- It seems only fitting that a writer-director who titles her movie "The Dead Girl" would have impossibly pale skin, and Karen Moncrieff does. She also has ink-black hair and the sort of black rectangular glasses that scream hipster. The sweater and jacket are black, too, natch. (Full article: 1241 words)

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