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Synopsis: Inspired by true events, 'Jane Doe' tells the story of a Nassau County detective searching for missing teenage girl. Little does he know that the girl's body has already been found and buried in another town.
Character Descriptions (We will offer copy and credit):
Ken Noda (30s-40s)-Male. Detective. Japanese-American, no-nonsense. Sharply dressed, clean-shaven. All about the details. Glosses over the personal/human element of each of his cases. Must have driver's license and be willing to drive vehicle in film.
Angela Mitchell (late 30s)-Female. Small, homely mother of 15 year old Rebecca Mitchell. Her good looks are worn away from tragic loss and a history of drug abuse. Has a Long Island accent.
David Mooney (early 50s)-Male. A scruffy and balding detective in a small town. Has seen one too many crime scenes in his time.
Ana Baker (60s)-Female. Graying hair in a bun. Conservatively dressed. She discovers the body of the murdered girl and uses her sway in the town to put together a funeral and memorial because "nobody should leave this world without someone to mourn them."