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Girls Will Be Girls

Rating:R (for sexuality, language and drug content)
Genre:Comedy, Romance
Release Date:October 10, 2003
Running time:82 minutes
Cast:Jack Plotnick, Clinton Leupp, Jeff Roberson, Ron Mathews, Eric Stonestreet
Director:Richard Day
Producer:Michael Warwick, Richard Jeremy Ahren
Writer:Richard Day
Distributor:IFC Films

Description: Evie, an aging actress at the tail-end of her career, drinks her way through the day, longing to jump-start her acting--as well as any man she can get her hands on. Her roommate and verbal punching bag, Coco, only yearns for one thing: to have a child with the doctor who performed her abortion. When Varla, a naïve country girl with an eating disorder and her own dreams of making it as an actress, joins the household, their aspirations and sordid pasts come to an unforgettable boiling point.

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