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School's Out (1992)

TV Movie  -  Drama  -  5 January 1992 (Canada)
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The Degrassi kids spend one last summer together.

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Pat Mastroianni ...
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Neil Hope ...
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Kirsten Bourne ...
Tessa Campanelli (as Kirsti Bourne)
Anais Granofsky ...
L. Dean Ifill ...
Basil 'Bronco' Davis
Irene Courakos ...
Michael Carry ...
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The kids of Degrassi street have all graduated and are spending their last summer together before heading off in separate directions. There are a lot of stories going on in parallel here. Joey, Kaitlin, and Tessa get involved in a love triangle. Snake makes a fool of himself; this time while acting as a life guard. Wheels shows signs of a drinking problem. Everything comes to a head at an end of summer party at Bronco's cottage. Written by Pat Morin <morin@scs.carleton.ca>

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Stefan Brogren (Archibald 'Snake' Simpson) has the distinction of dropping the first "F-bomb" in the history of the CBC Television Network. (See "memorable quotes" section.) See more »

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Joey Jeremiah: Some day it will be, "Caitlin? Yeah, I knew her. We used to be in high school together..."
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Referenced in Degrassi: The Next Generation: Holiday: Part 2 (2003) See more »

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Delightfully Dark
4 June 2000 | by See all my reviews

I'm not a big Degrassi fan, so maybe that's why I found this to be such an interesting movie.

I watched Degrassi when I was in my early teens, my Father thought it was a good way to teach me some things about life. I thought the show was good, but I was never a big fan. I got to know the characters over the years, I saw them grow, but I didn't really feel for them very much.

The other week I got to see the movie. I wont talk about anything other then the story line, because that's really all I noticed.

It really wasn't anything like the show, but what the show had done for me is build up the characters, give them a lot of depth. In other movies you get to know the characters for a very short time. I knew these characters for all their teenaged years.

The movie totally ruins nearly all their lives. This gave me a very weird, interesting feeling. I never really cared for the characters, so I didn't feel sad. But I didn't expect all this to happen, I really enjoyed it.

Or maybe my mind is just twisted.


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