103 minutes


Comedy, Coming of Age



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Three of the most “popular” girls at Westerburg High School in Sherwood, Ohio are all called Heather, along with their friend Veronica Sawyer who completes the clique. Despite their apparent popularity, the foursome are feared and loathed by much of the student body. After their latest nasty trick on one of their classmates, Veronica finally begins to question whether she’s in with the wrong crowd. But instead of discovering a kinder side to herself, she finds herself fascinated by a rebellious new student, an outsider named JD. After she quarrels with one of the Heathers, she swears revenge and teams up with JD to exact it… deciding to kill each of her former best friends one by one. ‘Heathers’ is a jet-black coming-of-age comedy which satirises high school and celebrity status.

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15 Classification

Strong language, sex references, suicide theme.

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