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A teenage girl, trying to enjoy her birthday, soon realizes that this is her final one. That is, if she can figure out who her killer is. She must relive that day, over and over again, dying in a different way each time. Can she solve her own murder?
The scenes where Tree leaves Carter's dorm room and walks through the campus quad, with the same specific events happening each time (i.e. The couple getting soaked by the sprinklers, the car alarm going off, etc.) took two days to shoot. At one point, the sprinklers malfunctioned and couldn't be turned off, costing the crew at least an hour of filming until they were finally able to fix it. See more »
In the second day, during the lunch meeting, Carter once again spills chocolate milk on Tree. The position and amount of chocolate milk spilled across her shirt changes position and amount between shots. See more »
[Tree storms into her room. She hastily starts packing her belongings]
She finally rolls in...
[Lori looks at Tree, puzzled]
Yes. As far away as possible.
Tree, what's wrong?
Me. I was wrong. I thought that if I stopped running that I could beat it. But it's never gonna stop.
Tree, you're freaking me out.
Hello, that's me, a freak!
[Lori takes the cupcake, lights the candle, approaches Tree and hands her the cupcake]
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Rather than "The End", the film concludes with the quote "Today is the first day of the rest of your life". See more »
Written by Huynh Hien Nang
Performed by Lip B
Courtesy of 6th Sense Entertainment, JSC See more »
Film contains many teen slasher tropes but transcends them with an inventive script & dark humour.
HappyDeathDay: A student keeps reliving the same day which ends with her being murdered by a masked killer. At the first re-iteration of the day she is puzzled, the next time she is shocked but by the third raw panic sets in. The day rests anew each time as she wakes in the dorm room of she has crashed in. Eventually she enlists his help in an attempt to identify her murderer. Many red herrings are caught.
While this film contains many of the teen slasher tropes it transcends them with an inventive script and wonderful dark humour. 8/10.
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