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Little Miss Perfect (film)

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Little Miss Perfect
Little Miss Perfect poster.jpg
Theatrical Teaser Poster
Directed by Marlee Roberts
Produced by Marlee Roberts
Nancy Malone
Zac Gobetz
Alec Isaacs
Joseph Klein
Kathryn Mahler
Written by Marlee Roberts
Starring Karlee Roberts
Jeremy Fernandez
Lilla Crawford
Tom Degnan
Izzy Palmieri
Music by Giona Ostinelli
Cinematography Oren Soffer
Face Your Beast
Release date
  • January 21, 2016 (2016-01-21) (Irvine International Film Festival)
Country United States
Language English

Little Miss Perfect is an American drama film written and directed by Marlee Roberts, starring Karlee Roberts, Izzy Palmieri, Jeremy Fernandez and Lilla Crawford.[1]

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Plot summary

Belle, an over-achieving high school freshman, stumbles upon an online pro-eating disorder subculture as cracks begin to appear in her seemingly perfect life.[2]


  • Karlee Roberts as Belle
  • Jeremy Fernandez as Gus
  • Lilla Crawford as Olivia
  • Izzy Palmieri as Lyla
  • Tom Degnan as Mr. Davy
  • Charlie Swan as Madison
  • Eden Wright as Sophia
  • Brandon Bernath as Joey
  • Cameron Fachman as Dave
  • Peter Rini as Maurice


Script and development

Little Miss Perfect was written by Marlee Roberts and originally began as an adaptation of the traditional French fairytale La Belle et la Bete, popularly known in English as Beauty and the Beast.

The adaptation borrowed Belle's studious perfectionistic nature and combined it with the Beast's shame and temper. Belle was given a father who set off on a work venture, a mother who is out of the picture, and a confident bordering-on-arrogant suitor.

In the classic fairytale, in order to break the Beast's curse, the Beast must learn to love someone and be loved in return. In Little Miss Perfect, where Belle and the 'beast' are one and the same, Belle must learn to love herself in order to rid herself of this 'beast'.

Little Miss Perfect began development under the mentorship of NYU Professor Karl Bardosh, and former VP of 20th Century Fox, Nancy Malone. Roberts revised the screenplay, continuing research at the NYU Child Study Center with doctors in adolescent psychology, to incorporate the behavioral psychology of eating disorders, primarily anorexia.


Filming took place over four weeks in Stamford, Connecticut and New Rochelle, New York.[3] Principal photography for the prestigious all-girls high school was shot on location at The College of New Rochelle campus and at the Leland Castle.


Little Miss Perfect premiered at the Irvine International Film Festival on January 21, 2016, where it was nominated for Best Feature Film, and lead actress Karlee Roberts took home the Emerging Artist Award.[4]


  1. ^ "25 Under 25 To Watch Out For In 2015". Glamour. Retrieved 5 March 2015.
  2. ^ "Feature Film Shot at College of New Rochelle". Patch. Retrieved 5 March 2015.
  3. ^ "New Rochelle Used As Setting For Movie With A Big Cause". Daily Voice. Retrieved 5 March 2015.
  4. ^

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