She's the Man

She's the Man
She's the Man

Year

2006

Duration

105 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Viola’s twin brother Sebastian persuades her to pose as him for a fortnight while he sneaks off to London. He is about to start a new school anyway, so it’s easy for Viola to fool the teachers and students, particularly when she displays her impressive soccer skills. Uncomfortable near-misses and romantic complications threaten to derail the ill-conceived masquerade when Viola develops a crush on her teammate Duke, who in turn fancies Olivia – while Olivia is smitten with Sebastian... who, of course, is really Viola. This American high school farce is based on Shakespeare’s gender-switching comedy Twelfth Night.

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12 Classification

Contains moderate sex references

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