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Sunday, April 16, 2006

Halfway House

Love this. The upside-down house could have been too much, but it's not. A really nice lesson in taking care with the edge of the format.

Seventeen-year-old Angie has just routed the competition in the individual medley, and she's acting strangely, babbling to her teammates at the pool's edge. Her parents, Jordana and Pieter, wonder if she's on drugs — or maybe the pressure of college applications has gotten to her. Then, during her younger brother's race, Angie throws herself into the pool, swims to the bottom and stays there. Angie has had a psychotic break...