She then goes about framing Jamie for the murder by planting Danny's blood on her car bumper and the disposable cell phone Danny had texted her on to arrange the meeting in her glove box. The psychotic Molly then sighs romantically while saying John's name over and over. She leans against the wall going through a series of intense emotions from sobbing to laughing. That's about right for a movie about obsession, one with no resolution except waiting for the other thud to drop. Jamie then taunts Molly, saying that Danny was only with her to get good grades and calling her pathetic. After learning of Danny's death, Jamie tells the police about his affair with Molly, but Molly lies to the police and says that Jamie had had a problem with her and that she would never hurt one of her students.
He goes in Diana's car, where they have sex. She says it is an emergency. Once the holidays are over Diana returns to school, during her lunch break, Jessica Julie Phillips a fellow teacher, discuss how a topless photo of a student has been going around the school. Diana becomes nervous that James is going to call Eric's father and that she could lose her job if he finds out. Diana then gets a text message from Eric to send a picture so he won't miss her as much, while Sophia is talking, Diana takes a suggestive picture and sends it to Eric. Writer-director Hannah Fidell makes the common indie mistake of thinking that a dramatic situation is all you need for a movie, but demonstrates an impressive restraint and an ability to manufacture queasy suspense without much dialogue. He is now freaked out by Diana's behavior and leaves right in front of her roommate.
She tells him they could work through this. He says he will get him but then comes back and says that Eric is busy. Diana and Eric talk once class ends, they then kiss, Watts becomes nervous that someone will catch them, she is then seen being very happy. She is unstable, desperate and frantic. She goes off to the porch to be alone, Eric joins her and tries to seduce her, eventually getting threateningly rough and aggressive. One night, after growing tired of her constant insults, the young Molly killed her foster mother with a fatal injection of insulin the woman having been diabetic.
Review aggregator website gave the film 32% from 31 reviews. She stops, pulls away and puts on a T-shirt. The movie draws inevitable comparisons to the recent , which is also about a female. The next day, Molly gives Jamie an A on a paper she previously gave her a C on in an obvious attempt to bribe her silence, which Jamie tells her won't work. They then invite Diana to join them for a drink after school, she declines since her brother is going to be in town. At the bar, Sophia finds out Diana is texting someone named Eric, she asks who he is and how she met him, and Diana replies she met him at school. Happily, a little something is left to the imagination.
Diana and Eric are seen together again, Diana says she doesn't want to leave, Eric suggests she stay the night, however she declines. The film ends with Diana curling up on her bed and crying, realizing that Eric must have confessed to the school about their secret affair and she was soon going to come through humiliation and ultimately has lost Eric. They then drive to a ranch together. Upset and angered, Molly got into her car and ran Danny over, killing him. She talks to Danny and he agrees to ends things with Molly, meeting her in a parking lot late at night to tell her so.
In the , it was distributed by. Molly is heartbroken and desperately tries to get Danny to reconsider, but he rejects her and calls her a freak. Events At her new school, Molly instantly becomes infatuated with Danny Campbell, a baseball player and a student in her class. Watts then goes to the teachers lounge, where teachers are discussing about students who got caught smoking weed in the parking lot of the school. To her great credit, director Fidell — named by as one of the 25 New Faces of Independent Film — takes on a tricky topic. Diana drives to a motel, once she arrives at the motel she gets a message on her phone from a staff member of the school stating that there is a problem with a student, Eric Tull, and that his father is at the school and it is important that she call immediately.
Molly tries to act as though Jamie attacked her, but the detective had heard the whole fight. Principal photography for the film took place in. At the restaurant they discuss their mother, and how she is doing and how he is worried for her. Diana then leaves the house and follows Eric to his house, she sits in her car and calls their house phone, she gets a hold of Eric's Father Chris Doubek who complains about how late she is calling. Though after a while you're itchy to get out of the bedroom, or the old high school staple, the car. The next morning at the ranch, they have sex again; the ranch manager James Don Hampton interrupts them, but doesn't see anything. She becomes overwhelmed and leaves.
Since that she has been avoiding discussing the topic. She meets with her brother Hunter Jonny Mars to discuss about her mother. Danny and Molly see her and she flees, while Molly tries to get Danny to stay under the promise of making sure Jamie wouldn't talk, but Danny left anyway, upsetting Molly. Diana becomes jealous of Eric when she finds out he has a date to the , which she will be chaperoning. Later, Watts is seen waiting in her car, a car pulls up, it is revealed to be Eric. Later, Diana and Eric meet at his brother Greg's house where they have sex. During the conversation, Jessica comes into the classroom randomly catching them talking.
He looks at her with hard eyes and uses a rough tone of voice. She does not say who she is. Molly freaks out and pulls a knife on Jamie, screaming at her that Danny wanted to be with her before she interfered. Diana then says she thinks they should put their relationship on hold for a while. As she prepares to kill Jamie, a detective bursts in and disarms her.