Somebody's DarlingHD Closed Captioning
Sharad Kant Patel
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About the Movie
The Chi Phi Omicron's have the most popular and elite fraternity parties on campus. Unfortunately, their handsome young president is obsessing over a young beautiful coed. Slowly, dark secrets surface as his courtship decays into sinister pursuit. What is this mysterious brotherhood hiding?
A Frat Boy’s Obsession is Evil’s Way of Crying for Help! “Somebody Darling” Review!
“Somebody’s Darling” is the 2016, independent drama horror from the multi-faceted filmmaker, writer-director Sharad Kant Patel, churned out from a story by Sebastian Mathews. In his directorial debut, Patel, known more for his short film work, heedfully courses through detail and treads lightly on the coattails of a sensitive social issue. His film skirts on the subject of rape culture in the American college and university setting while also touching upon sexuality complexities and severe anguish in today’s youth. Basically, “Somebody’s Darling” is a higher education dissertation on the experiences of collegiate life with a horror twist and all the along the way, Patel slowly paints Christian and his brotherhood onto a canvas of ambivalent malevolence by deconstructing Christian to quickly reconstruct him in a ravaging roundabout. Patel throughout leaves a bread crumb trail of clues that don’t make sense at first, that might lead to other conclusions, and that doesn’t explicitly genre “Somebody’s Darling” as a horror. - The Evil Blogger