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I am the district attorney and Drea is the detective. I had a lot of chemistry with Drea right away, she is fantastic, super easy to work with and I loved her from for so long that it was really nice to work with her. (Laughs) I am usually pretty terrible so to actually be on the side of maybe helping people was pretty great. (Laughs) Is that what intrigued you about the character in the project? I love to be the villain but if there is a chance to play the good guy every once in a while, that maybe has some depth or something really cool going on, I am very interested.So, it is not exactly her life, it is just based on it. Speaking of villainous characters, you were quite the villain on . I was the bad guy for three seasons; I killed everyone, so it's a departure.Then, I read the script and then I actually read the novel that it was based on and I loved it, so that's how it all initially started.Since the film is based on a book was there a lot of collaboration with the author of the novel during the filming?When asked if it was hard Jodi Lyn O'Keefe was born on October 10, 1978 in Cliffwood Beach, New Jersey. Her childhood saw her with a bowl haircut, and as a self-described dork.
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Was it then difficult to have this "good guy" role?
No, I found that as we went along the things that were important to the character were also important to me and I could really relate to her identifying with the victims, which is what ended up happening to her.
No, actually the gentleman who wrote the script is named David Wiener and he did an adaptation of the novel and did a very good job. Yes it is a true story of a woman named Rhonda Saunders and it is her book and it is pretty fantastic.
So the film is based on the novelist's own true story?
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