Children on Their Birthdays
|Children on Their Birthdays|
|Directed by||Mark Medoff|
|Produced by||Howard Baldwin
Willian J. Immerman
Ginger T. Perkins
|Written by||Truman Capote
|Edited by||Sidney Levin|
|Distributed by||Artisan Entertainment
|Running time||102 minutes|
Children on Their Birthdays is a 2002 American independent film directed by Mark Medoff. The screenplay written by Douglas Sloan is based on "Children on Their Birthdays", the short story of the same title by Truman Capote.
In the summer of 1947, a pretentious thirteen-year-old girl called "Miss" Lily Jane Bobbit is liked by two boys, who are best friends. Using the funniest vocabulary and the ever so heavy accent, she manages to win the attraction of the towns people, including the love of the two best friends. As the story continues, it must be decided as to whether or not the two boys will remain best friends, as only one of them can win Miss Bobbit's heart.
Children on Their Birthdays won the Platinum Award for Independent Theatrical Feature Films - Family/Children at WorldFest Houston.
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