Hating Alison Ashley

Hating Alison Ashley
Hating Alison Ashley




98 minutes


Comedy, Coming of Age, Drama



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Sometimes you hate people not because of what they have actively done to you, but just because of who they are. That's how Yuk feels about Alison, the new girl in her class who is altogether too, too perfect. Of course, things are never as simple as that, and Erica - as Yuk is known to her parents - slowly starts to understand that Alison hasn't set out to ruin her life. Good performances all round make this a touching teen drama.

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This film has a couple of uses of mild bad language, mild violence and sex references

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