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Daisy's teeth won't stop growing. But that's the least of her problems.
Daisy Brown is a 13 year old girl who has a strange medical condition: her teeth won’t stop growing. Mortified by her illness, she has the dentist file her teeth
down to maintain a normal appearance. But despite her best efforts, the
word gets out. The school bully is thrilled with this juicy morsel of
information and uses it to embarrass Daisy in the most painful act of
Director/Writer - Jennifer Cox
Co-Producer - Alison Week
Co-Producer - Sara Golombeck
About the Production:
"My teeth are not straight. When I was nineteen, just as I began to accept their crookedness, I wrote a script called Teeth. Many years later, I began to document the lives of teen girls in a project titled 'Teenage Wasteland.' Eventually my own experiences and those of the teen girls in Wasteland sparked the life of Daisy, 'Teeth''s protagonist, leading me to rewrite 'Teeth.'
In this new version, I want to talk about bullying and explore how
someone else's negative perception of who you are has the very real
power to influence and change you and define you." -- Jennifer Cox
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