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Based on a true story, Crime, Drama
Ever wondered what it would be like to strut around in swanky Hollywood mansions? In 2008, a group of Los Angeles teenagers realised that, if they could figure out when their favourite celebrities weren't at home, they could track down their houses and break in. After burglarising the homes of Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan and Orlando Bloom for extravagant clothes and accessories for their own wardrobes, they were caught and arrested, becoming famous themselves - for all the wrong reasons. Director Sofia Coppola tells their story with a talented young cast, raising interesting questions about youth culture's unhealthy obsession with celebrity.
Sofia Coppola film using a rock soundtrack to portray notorious French royal Marie Antoinette as a bored teen, rather than a cruel monster.
11+ years 117 mins
Three radical friends subvert the ruling classes by rearranging their mansions, but one such trip goes critically wrong, as friends and enemies bond.
14+ years 124 mins
Lavish screen adaptation of F Scott Fitzgerald's famed Jazz Age novel about a man who can buy anything he wants but wants a woman he can't have.
11+ years 137 mins
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Reading time 5 mins
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