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The cross section between New York’s mean streets and its gentrified alcoves makes for potent social satire in Elizabeth Wood’s tough and exhilarating debut. Equipped with platinum blonde hair and a winning smile, college girl Leah (Morgan Saylor) seeks out pleasure in any form. She has two weeks before fall semester, and in between getting high with her roommate and snorting lines with her boss, she finds time to hit it off with a handsome, young Puerto Rican drug dealer named Blue. Within days, the two are selling dime bags to her affluent white colleagues, collecting fast cash, and living the high life. But their euphoria comes to a grinding halt once Blue is arrested and Leah’s left with a hefty amount of his coke. Does she sell it to save him or use it herself?

Shot with a sharp eye for New York City, White Girl thrashes through an increasingly high-stakes game of hedonism where unspoken socio-economic tensions coupled with a blatant disregard for consequence converge into a shocking commentary on today's youth culture. Saylor and Wood are forces to be reckoned with, unleashing a torrent of vulnerability and confidence that will leave audiences enticed and unsettled.

YEAR 2015

SECTION U.S. Dramatic


RUN TIME 88 min

COMPANY Bank Street Films/Supermarche/Killer Films

EMAIL gabriel@bankstreetfilms.com


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Artist Bio

Elizabeth Wood

Elizabeth Wood, an Oklahoma City native, moved to New York City to study writing at The New School. After a few years of making experimental and documentary films, Wood received a screenwriting fellowship to Columbia University, where she received her MFA. One of Variety's "10 Directors to Watch" in 2016, Wood makes her narrative directorial debut with White Girl, based on her sophomore year of college.