A sixth-grader tries to win over the girl of his dreams in 1980s-inspired short ‘She’s A Fox’

Posted in Film, Short Films
By Sam Bathe on 18 Dec 2013

Inspired by 1980s coming-of-age movies like Stand By Me, Cameron Sawyer’s bright She’s A Fox deserves to stand right along side. Set in 1987, the short sees sixth-grader protagonist, Cameron, reinvent himself to try and win the girl of his dreams. Funny and smart, Jake Nutty and Hailee Steinfed are both fantastic as She’s A Fox stands up to anything at 90 minutes.

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