Snaps- The Sequel" picks up almost immediately where the
first installment ends, where Brigitte is cradling her dying
older sister, who had become
a werewolf. With Ginger now dead, Brigitte Fitzgerald (played
by Emily Perkins in the original) is on the run from the Canadian
suburb of Bailey Downs. Beginning the transformation herself,
she has managed to stave off becoming a werewolf by injecting
herself with a calculated dose of monkshood daily.
ill, Brigitte passes out on the street, waking up in a drug
rehab for young women. Assuming her monkshood is a drug, the
rehab center's supervisors have taken it away from her; without
the daily doses, she starts going through the changes that had
happened to her sister. Full of young addicts and kooky staff,
she is befriended by a peculiar girl named Ghost at the hospital.
in the first film, Ghost is a bright and nervous teenager, often
shy around others. She appears to be a "normal" girl,
but Ghost is holding a great deal of pain inside, as her grandmother
is being treated in the adult side of the hospital for fifth
degree burns. Unlike the other girls, Ghost is able to move
freely within the center, a plot device that is central to the
latter two acts' scenes.
is barely tolerated by most of the girls because of her eccentricities
(she often speaks in comic book narrative form), the pair of
Brigitte and Ghost quickly
forms a close bond. With the transformation beginning to develop
itself fully in Brigitte, Ghost manages to figure out her new
friend's secret and tries to help her from the full transformation.
However, things don't go exactly as planned, of course.
(Katharine Isabelle) also plays a central role in the film,
albeit in Brigitte's dreams and in a few other key scenes.
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