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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 ...
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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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Caitlin Ryan: Tessa Campinelli? You were fucking * Tessa Campinelli*?
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A Very Good Sendoff
26 June 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I watched this for the first time since it was originally aired at the time it was done. Since that time, I have watched all of the Degrassi shows to the present. Wisely, the writer chose not to include every student but focus on core characters. This made the film sharper, with a lot more cohesion to the plot. The characters in Degrassi always seemed real and this film highlights that. The acting is very good, the actors at times are seemingly ad-libbing their lines. It was a groundbreaking film also, apparently the first time an expletive was used on Canadian television. Think about it: What was the U.S. version of Degrassi? Saved By The Bell! In Degrassi, the characters made mistakes and lived with them. This film highlights the time after high school. It does it admirably. I have nothing but praise for this production. They could have made it a fairytale film, marrying a few couples off and watching as everyone else prospers. They chose to depict real life. They did a great job.


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