- Directed by: David Keating
- Cast: Naomi Battrick, Sam Hazeldine, Anna Walton
Troubled teen Faith (Battrick) has a terminally ill father (Hazeldine), but then slinky mega-witch Sissy (Walton) offers to cure him if Faith will bear a child for her. A potentially interesting idea is fumbled in the writing and directing, with reams of nonsensical exposition and campy melodrama. Only Battrick and Hazeldine walk away with any honour.
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