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I went to the film theatre yesterday, full of obnoxious 15-18 year old teens . I was probably the only adult there (20 years old).
The three girls in front of me talked, texted, and laughed inappropriately loud at every single opportunity they had. Close to the end of the film, They ran out of the theatre, and I overheard them planning to sneak into the showing of "SPRING BREAKERS" without paying.
Needless to say, I alerted some of the authorities (that movie hadn't begun yet, and due to the light from the one girl's phone I was able to give clear descriptions off all three). I didn't stay to see their reaction, but I was very satisfied with myself.
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From an article last year:
And an update from their official facebook page(/JustLikeBeautymovie):
>We have official set the release date to 2014!
>Set in the future, a 14 year old girl competes in a beauty pageant to please her unstable pill-popping mother. The annual Feminine Woman of Conscience Pageant is a public ritual in which girls must not only display "Better Person Skills" and their knowledge of chemical substances but also simulate sex with the Electric Polyrubber Man and sacrifice trained rabbits and sew them into muffs.
>Based on novel by Lisa Lerner.
>Director: Sanaa Hamri (dir. The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2)
>Screenplay by Nick Pustay (Ramona and Beezus)
>Producers: Oren Segal
>Genre: Dystopia / Coming-of-age
AnnaSophia's name was attached last year but there's no mention of her since, so she might not be attached still.
Possible points of discussion:
Do you think this is a good vehicle for AnnaSophia's talents?
What do you think of the recent trend of youth in dystopian environments in films (The Hunger Games, Ender's Game, After Earth, etc)?