A 2002 American psychological thriller film directed by Zoe Clarke-Williams, starring Mia Kirshner, Meredith Monroe, Dominique Swain, and Taye Diggs.
Working-class Alicia (Kishner), attending a ritzy private university in North Carolina, falls in with three privileged and amoral students, led by Hadley (Monroe). When Alicia suffers a near-fatal overdose at a party, the local acting sheriff (Diggs) is called in to conduct a "discreet" investigation.
This film provides examples of:
- Daddy's Girl: Hadley, although her father has started withholding financial help until she improves her grades.
- Manipulative Bitch: Alicia. One of the first things we see her do is cry for her financial aid adviser. It's all downhill from there.
- Psycho Lesbian: One of the suspects is Sidney, whom Alicia manipulated into sleeping with her. Subverted in that she isn't the killer.
- Scholarship Student: Alicia is working-class, contrary to the rich students she falls is with.
- Yandere: Hadley who acts out when Alicia makes a move on her boyfriend but only really loses it when Alicia steals her father's affections, although other characters have elements of this.