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Fallbrook produced film "My Necklace, Myself" available on DVD August 17

FALLBROOK – “My Necklace, Myself,” a film produced by the Fallbrook Film Factory and Divine Trinity Films of Temecula, is being released nationwide on Aug. 17, by FilmWorks Entertainment. The film recently received the Dove Foundation’s seal of Approval for family-friendly entertainment.

Written and directed by Bryan Caron and starring Julia Witschger and Christiana Minga, the film also features local talent such as Derek Majewski, Norman Black, Deanna Lynn Walsh, J. G. Franklin, Samantha Valencia, and more than 100 extras.

Donna White, a Fallbrook resident and Executive Producer of Unique Films United Productions, Inc., was responsible for arranging the U.S. distribution through FilmWorks Entertainment.

The film conveys a marvelous message of how important it is to be comfortable with the person you are. It begins as 15-year-old Lacie (Witschger) prepares for her first date with the help of her best friend, Serrin (Minga). When Lacie’s mother walks in with a family heirloom, a heart-shaped necklace, Lacie quickly finds out that this piece of jewelry has one important magical attribute—the power to whisk her away to become any person she desires. After brief experiences as a princess, a rock star and an actress, Lacie ends up finding her true self.

Fallbrook residents might recognize the Grand Tradition in the “ballroom scene” during Lacie’s brief stint as a princess. In the scene, Princess Lacie dances a graceful waltz with Jeremy (Majewski) while a cast of about 40 extras nod in deference as the couple seemingly floats across the dance floor.

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