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Angie, an impoverished single mother with a history of bad decisions, is determined to do better for her son. Discovering that the house she shares with her mother, a crude woman with a poor track record of her own, is being condemned, Angie begins a frantic search for a new home. When all other options fail, she fixates on solving the problem by confronting the one person she feels owes her: the man who sexually abused her as a child.
A haunting story about an uncomfortable topic, Beauty Mark fearlessly portrays the effects of sexual abuse. While some may question her methods of salvation, the raw and unflinching performance of Auden Thornton as Angie engenders a deep sense of compassion, even as she goes down a questionable path. Ultimately what is so refreshing and uplifting about Beauty Mark, is Angie's choice to use the trauma and pain of her past to save someone else. — Monique Ray
BIO: Harris Doran is an award-winning writer, director, actor, and producer who wrote, directed and produced the award-winning short film The Story of Milo and Annie featuring Alysia Reiner and Academy Award nominee Cathy Moriarty. He has written the feature screenplays Atticus Brown Is Still Here, COG, In the Wake, and an unofficial Of Mice and Men remake as well as TV and theatre. Harris trained as an actor at The Juilliard School.
Cast/Featuring: Auden Thornton, Catherine Curtin, Laura Bell Bundy, Jeff Kober, Deirdre Lovejoy
The Woodstock Film Festival is a not-for-profit, 501c3 organization with a mission to present an
annual program and year-round schedule of film, music,
and art-related activities that promote artists, culture,
inspired learning, and diversity. The Hudson Valley Film
Commission promotes sustainable economic development
by attracting and supporting film, video and media production.