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Comedy, Coming of Age, Romance
When quizzed by her best friend to spill the beans about her weekend, virginal misfit Olive makes up a hot encounter with a college boy in the hope it will increase her popularity. Word soon gets around about her supposed promiscuity, but instead of denying the gossip, the student basks in her newfound 'bimbo' status. Unfortunately, lies have a tendency to come back and bite you, a bitter truth that poor Olive learns in spades. With snappy dialogue, a very charming performance from lead Emma Stone and some deliciously perceptive comments on teen life, this provocative high school comedy is as smart as it is funny.
A film guide that looks at The Edge of Seventeen (2016), exploring its key topics and themes through informal...
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We take a closer look at new teen high-school drama The Edge of Seventeen (which is out on DVD now) and how teenagers and their lives are represented on film.
Reading time 4 mins
Film can be a wonderful tool for developing emotional understanding and mental wellbeing, while the act of filmmaking can provide a powerful means of
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