j.k.ballantyne's dog boy independent canadian film
STORY
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MAJOR CHARACTERS

ALEM CASTILLO ... Christian Mack
JACQUELINE KIRBY ... Kaitlin Wiser
REENA LAZARUS ... Renna Turner
SERENA LEBESSIS ... June Gaga
ADAM POLISAK ... Adam Rollie
ALEM CASTILLO

Alem plays the elusive, laid back hound-dog Christian Mack. Christian is too smart for his own good. He has money but no job. He gets girls, when he's got a girlfriend. He gets juice, when he's under age. Christian likes to be in control. And for the most part, he's pretty good at it. Except when it comes to one person... his girl, Kaitlin.
JACQUELINE KIRBY

Jacqueline palys Kaitlin Wiser, gf of Christian. She's self-centered, sarcastic and a real bitch - perfect for Christian. Kaitlin's point-of-view is that animals are more important than people - including Christian. One thing that drives Kaitlin is the competition between her and her older sister, Heather - who believe it or not, is an even bigger bitch.
REENA LAZARUS

Reena plays daydreamer Reena Turner. Reen is the yin to June's yang - the two have been friends since kindergarten and could not be more opposite. Reena is very smart but very shy; she lets people walk all over her. Reena wishes one day this will change. But when that day comes will Reena be up for the challenge?
SERENA LEBESSIS

Serena plays June , the trouble maker. She's a lot like Christian... maybe that's why they hate each other. June respects no boys who chase her, yet she teases them mecilessly. If she could settle down with a joint, a beer and a poutine she'd be in heaven. She's starting to grow apart from her freinds and is fed up with the whole scene. An adventure is just what June needs.
ADAM POLISAK

Adam plays never-nervous pothead Adam Rollie. Well... never nervous except when it comes to girls. Adam gets tongued tied and twisted in cirlces whenever his hormonoes get excited, especially if those girls are named June. Adam's perspective on life is simple - keep smiling, stand up for what's right and avoid all responsibility.
Blythe Haynes
SUPPORTING CHARACTERS

BLYTHE HAYNES ... Lucy Luce
CAROLINE GAUGEZ... Dolores Miles
REKHA TULSIRAM ... Rekha Crue
JARED ALDRIDGE ... J-Mack
AARON MALKIN ... Derek Linderhoss
BLYTHE HAYNES

Blythe plays neurotic Lucy Luce (rhymes with juice) in a facebook posting. Lucy likes to watch tv, sleep, twitter and surf facebook... and that's about it. This little princess always gets what she wants... well, almost always. And when she doesn't, you will see the nastiest shit-storm rain turds like hell fire.
CAROLINE BETTY

Caroline plays the cheecky Dolores Miles. Watch out for this one. Dolores is the good-time girl. She keeps everyone on their toes with her frankness and wit. Dolores is very loyal... it just takes a while to earn that trust. She also likes confrontation, it keeps her on her toes.
REKHA TULSIRAM

Rekha plays school bully Rekha Crue. She is the reason for after-school karate programs. Rekha has a posse but is the definite leader. Like all bullies, Rekha has a huge chip on her shoulder, likes to get way too drunk and thinks everyone sees the world as she does.
JARRED ALDRIDGE

Jarred plays aloof but loveable J-Mack. He'd never say a bad word or turn a card on anyone. But he does more harm than good when he interprets the world through his dim perspective. Life is good for J-Mack. Business is booming. Customers come to him. But I don't think Christian and Adam will be coming back.
AARON MALKIN

Aaron plays #1 A-hole Derek Lindahoss. A private school boy who's motto is "go hard or go home!" *Yawn* Derek is dating Kaitlin's sister, Heather. You can imagine how big of a bitch she must be in order to date this bozo. In his spare time Derek watches ESPN and CNN and plays on the polo team.
Brent Gale
MINOR CHARACTERS

LUCY FALKNER ... Heather Wiser
RASSHI GANERIWAL ... The rassh
NIKKI TALDAR ... The shelf
DAVIN ROBBINS ... Rich Armstrong
BRENT GALE ... The dog boy
Non Speaking Roles

A jock, a bitch, two bullies and a dog boy. If action is character this group is full of it. They provide more grief than our heroes can handle. The minor cast are self-absorbed, arrogant, and narrow - much like the majors, exept these folks don't have lines.