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

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

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Featured in Beyond Clueless (2014) See more »

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Teenage Chase
by Keith Mansfield
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An Embarrassment
30 August 2005 | by (Kentucky) – See all my reviews

There is no way around the conclusion that this production was a major embarrassment to everyone associated with it and a career breaker to some.

Castwise, Mena Suvari and Gabriel Mann somehow manage to maintain their dignity despite the total meltdown around them and Alexandra Wentworth actually turns in an excellent performance in one of the supporting roles. But Bob Hoskins and Robert Loggia are unbelievably awful and the rest of the cast are not much better.

The concept was fairly original or at least the most extreme take on an unoriginal concept, but at the last minute it gutlessly pulls back for a lame moralistic ending.

The directing, production design, and editing are all about as bad as you will find in a mainstream production. Bad enough that the movie would be a useful bad example for students in film school.


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