Lead Role for Feature Film set in 1989s rave scene
Job ID: 16799
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Golden Child Celia is an exam stressed high achieving teen who discovers rave music which becomes her new love in her life.
English country girl with a biracial background. She’s fairly meak and reserved. She’s the golden child at home and school, though doesn’t like to laud it in peoples faces. Her brother watches jealousy in the background. She’s smart and driven and her path of going to a top university does make sense. She’s fairly anonymous and not really thought of amongst her classmates. She has a tight friendship with her classmate Pri. Both feeling family pressures around education unites them during exams. They have a common understanding of sticking out racially as they grew up in the Norfolk countryside. Once the pressure of going to university becomes a reality she starts to have doubts, as she starts to see everyone else projecting their future onto her. Celia’s other best friend to help her through it is music. She’s stuck in the past listening to post punk. But when she discovers dance music, she’s transported to the future. This starts to change her as she discovers her own voice. She’s excited by it, she feels her voice, she feels alive. She starts to form her own path, and the further she gets into it the more she likes it. Work starts to suffer. She becomes a little sloppy in covering her tracks. Anytime she feels someone wants to take this new love away from her, she only goes further into the defensive. This only aggravates the situation, in particular her brother Carl. She threads a dangerous path to follow what she really loves.
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