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Mary Jane's Not a Virgin Anymore (1998)

Plot is centered around a young woman who works as a movie theatre employee who wrestles with coming of age. Death, puberty, sex and friendships are the themes.

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Lisa Gerstein ...
Jane
Chris Enright ...
Tom
Greg Cruikshank ...
Dave
Beth Allen ...
Ericka
Marny Snyder Spoons ...
Grace
Bwana Spoons ...
Ryan
Andrew David DeAngelo ...
Matt
Shane Kramer ...
Steve
Alicia J. Rose ...
Allison (as Alicia Rose)
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George / Punk party kid (as Davey Havoc/Davey Havock)
Miles Long ...
Kurt
Siira Rieschl ...
Danny
Kathy Fenker ...
Fake virginity couple
Darcy Drollinger ...
Fake virginity couple (as D'arcy Drollinger)
J. Salome Milstead ...
Fake Molly
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Plot is centered around a young woman who works as a movie theatre employee who wrestles with coming of age. Death, puberty, sex and friendships are the themes.

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Drama | Romance

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22 March 1998 (USA)  »

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$50,000 (estimated)
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1.33 : 1
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Filmed entirely on super 8 colour reversal film, which was considered a cheap amateur film stock at the time. Since then, many fans of the aesthetic look of super 8 film have embraced this movie and it has gained a cult following. See more »

Quotes

Dave: Crazy Mary Jane... I'm really gonna miss you.
[sighs nostalgically]
Jane: [wistful] I'm really gonna miss you too, Dave.
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Crazy Credits

The script supervisor's name is upside-down in the closing credits. See more »

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References The Lost Boys (1987) See more »

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Supercrush
Written by Angela Loy
Performed by Tiger Trap
Courtesy of K Records
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Punk-rock coming-of-age story. Great.
21 April 1999 | by (Austin, TX) – See all my reviews

A sex-positive feminist punk-rock coming-of-age story. Way lo-fi and very charming. The performances are uneven at times but the script is really funny and rings very true. It's the most unsentimental and realistic portrayal of sexual awakening that I've ever seen. Like a low-budget "Slums of Beverly Hills," only far better.


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