Danny has been sent to boarding school, in this sequel to The Year My Voice Broke. Against a backdrop of bullying and sadistic teachers Danny strikes up an affair with an African girl, Thandiwe, studying at a nearby girl's school. Their affair blossoms while everyone tries to stop it. Nicole Kidman also appears as a sexually repressed senior at Thandiwe's school. Written by
Matthew Stanfield <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Did You Know?
In 2011, Thandie Newton
told InStyle Magazine that during the filming of this movie, its director, John Duigan
, coerced her into starting a sexual relationship with him, despite the fact that she was 16 and he was 39. She clarified in the interview that the relationship was not strictly illegal, since she was above the age of consent in Australia, but that it left her feeling "self-destructive" and not "in control of the situation," and she had to have therapy later to come to terms with its ramifications. See more
[Tired of hearing the other girls making jokes about her being of African dissent, she gets up from watching TV to leave the room, but not before intentionally bumping into the table the record they were listening to was on to make it skip and anger them
Oh, I'm sorry. I must've slipped on a banana peel.
Written by Duke Ellington
(as Ellington) / Irving Mills
(as Mills) (Belwin Mills Music/Leosong)
Performed by Sidney Bechet
(as Sydney Bechet)
Courtesy BMG Arista Ariola See more