A high school senior feels peer pressured through her friends and social media to be someone she is not. This leads her and her best friend, Lamar, to make a decision that they will never forget.
Leads are already casted. Supporting roles are paid.
High maintenance. Enjoys the finer things in life. Character comparison: Regina George from Mean Girls.
Liyah’s crush. He barely notices her but Liyah obsesses over him which causes her to make an irrational decision.
Lamar Dad (Supporting)
Tries to get his son to live the life he wants for him rather than supporting who his son truly is. He is an alcoholic.
Foster Care Worker (Day Player)
Sweet. Caring. Wants the best for younger Liyah.
Mrs. Brown (Day Player)
The neighborhood nana. She is nosey and gets into a small dispute with the Liyah.
Young Liyah (Day Player)
Younger version of the main character. Bounces from home to home which causes her to be traumatized when she grows older.
Freedom Bikers (Day Players)
Must own and be able to bring a bike to set.
Used to symbolize “Black Boy Joy” within the film.
Resume, headshot, 1-3 minute dramatic monologue