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American Virgin (1999)

A woman, fed up with her father's double standards, decides to lose her virginity.

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Male Security Guard (as Mark Adair Rios)
Jason Bercy ...
Messenger
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Brad
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Bob
Jim Czarnecki ...
Teacher (as James Czarnecki)
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Marge (as Freda Fo Shen)
Life Garland ...
Crip
Penny Griego ...
Anchorwoman
Elizabeth Guber ...
Operator
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Joey
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Hiromi
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Ira
Gary Jensen ...
Stunt Coordinator
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Desk Sargeant
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Nick
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A woman, fed up with her father's double standards, decides to lose her virginity.

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Comedy

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Rated R for sexual content, nudity and language | See all certifications »

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29 June 2000 (Germany)  »

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Live Virgin  »

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The word "sergeant" is misspelled in the closing credits as "sargeant". See more »

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References Young Frankenstein (1974) See more »

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Left Foot Forward
by Graham Preskett
K Musik - KPM Music
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One of the funniest movies I've seen!
16 June 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I just viewed this movie (IMDB and YouTube have it) and I found it to be not only hilarious but entertaining. I rarely sit through a whole movie nowadays because most suck, but this movie had me laughing all the way through. They not only used class actors but also real porn stars. I don't know why the negative comments but I plan on buying this gem. My advice is watch it and judge for yourselves. Mena Suvari had a small role compared to other works she has done but I couldn't help but like the movie because of the supporting cast. There's just something about their facial expressions and reactions that seem to express the way people would react to a similar situation. The premise is, of course, not plausible but that's why it's called entertainment.

P.S.- Not for immature audiences.


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