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Calendar Girls

Rating:PG-13 (for nudity, some language and drug-related material)
Genre:Comedy
Release Date:December 19, 2003
Running time:108 minutes
Cast:Helen Mirren, Julie Walters, John Alderton, Linda Basset
Director:Nigel Cole
Producer:Nick Barton
Writer:Tim Firth, Juliette Towhidi
Distributor:Buena Vista Pictures

Description: The true story of a group of dynamic women who bare all--or nearly all--for charity and become international celebrities as a result. The Women's Institute in Great Britain encourages the ancient skills of jam-making, flower pressing, knitting and baking. So when a group of extraordinary women start looking for a new way to raise money, they decide to take the annual W.I. calendar, which normally features landscapes or flowers, and instead create something traditional--with a non-conventional twist. Behind the baked goods, the apple pressing and the flower arranging, the women are completely nude.

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