Into Film Clubs
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Comedy, Coming of Age
Amy and Molly are best friends, living in Los Angeles, who have worked extremely hard throughout their high school years. On the eve of their graduation, however, they find out that their classmates – who have found time to have fun alongside their studies – are also headed for prestigious colleges, leaving the pair to regret their missed opportunities. Determined to make up for it, they set out to find the big graduation party taking place, aiming to fit in four years’ worth of fun into one crazy night, learning much about themselves and each other along the way. Witty, funny and triple F-rated, Olivia Wilde’s directorial debut ‘Booksmart’ is a progressive coming-of-age comedy about friendships, fitting in, and discovering your own path through adolescence.
A film guide that looks at Booksmart (2019), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Hilarious highschool comedy about a group of social outcasts who are shocked to be invited to a big end of year party - though there is a catch...
16+ years 113 mins
Coming of age film focusing on the prickly relationship between a 17-year-old girl and her mother in Sacramento, California.
14+ years 94 mins
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Reading time 7 mins
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Reading time 3 mins
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