Written by Luci Schroder and Sam West, and directed by Schroder, Slapper was in competition at Sundance and won several awards in Australia (where the films was made). With lots of mature content, it follows the story of Taylah, a rebellious (pain-in-the-ass) and broke teen from a rural Australian suburb populated by dropouts. After having sex without protection - which she blames on the man - Taylah must find the money for the morning-after pill to avoid a pregnancy. However, as she tries to get money out of her various sexual partners, she is also having to babysit a five-year-old girl. The film is very reminiscent of Andrea Arnold's work, especially her Oscar-winning short film Wasp (even down to the 4:3 formatting). If you like the Sundance drama short film Slapper by Luci Schroder be sure to rate and share it.

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