an evergreen shrub or small tree that produces a pretty little flower and is toxic in all its parts.
Jamika Davis is a theater major at Clayton State University. The College Park, Ga., native is in her junior year and is currently working on her first film. The name is “Oleander” and the plot is sweetly delicate, highly toxic, smart and sexy.
Davis says she was daydreaming and she could see the film unfolding before her eyes. When she returned from fantasy land, she had assembled a league of successful professional woman who were also contract killers, pledged to avenge women who have been victimized in some way by their lovers. The protagonist of the story is Stacy Freedman, a good girl gone bad.
“Stacy was the ideal good girl who never broke the rules until she fell in love and became a victim,” says Davis. “Right then, she made a pledge to punish any man who held secrets, lies, and/or abused his woman.”
Freedman also has a team of other professional woman who share her passion for revenge. They are lawyers, doctors, judges, police chiefs and even an unscrupulous prison warden.
Davis is still in the early in the editing and revising stages of this project. She is working on gaining a budget for the film and says that she is definitely going to tap into the brilliant resource that is the Clayton State Theater’s students. She looks to assemble a “killer” team in real life, that is, a killer productions team to be sure the film is launched without a hitch.
Stay tuned to hear more about this dangerously sexy story of revenge that is carried out by intelligent beautiful women you would never suspect. In the words of Freedman, like Oleander, “some of life’s most beautiful beings are the most fatal.”