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Director:
Writer (WGA):
Christina Wayne (written by)
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Release Date:
15 June 2001 (Italy) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
Sex, Drugs and Study Hall.
Plot:
After her only friend is expelled from their private school in the Upper East Side of Manhattan, Cat... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

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Dominique Swain ... Cat Storm

Brad Renfro ... William Sellers

Bijou Phillips ... Delilah Milford

Mischa Barton ... Grace Bailey

Alberta Watson ... Lily Storm

Myles Jeffrey ... Pete Storm

Scott Thompson ... Kenny

Michael Murphy ... Mike Storm

Nora Zehetner ... Peg

Jacob Pitts ... Toby Logan

Chelse Swain ... Heather von Strum

Lacey Chabert ... Eloise Logan

Melanie Griffith ... Diane Milford

Shawn Lawrence ... Fred the Doorman
Peter Snider ... Richard Logan

Sherry Miller ... Jane Logan

Marcia Bennett ... Ms. Major
Mairon Bennett ... Jill
Liz Gordon ... Miss Myles
Tannis Burnett ... Ms. Hooker
Miranda Reeves ... Saleslady
Anne Wessels ... Sara Bailey
Keleigh Ardell ... Mrs. Smoulder
Howard Jerome ... Punchy

Bill Lake ... Mr. Sellers
Nora McLellan ... Mrs. Sellers

Pascal Petardi ... New Doorman
Patrick Patterson ... Father McBride
David MacKay ... Rudolph
Andrew Dolha ... News Reporter
J.C. Kenny ... Reporter
Conrad Bergschneider ... Security Guard
Damon Redfern ... Grace's Dad
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Directed by
Christina Wayne 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Christina Wayne (written by)

Produced by
Patrick D. Choi .... producer (as Patrick Choi)
Sam Gaglani .... co-producer
Diane Isaacs .... producer (as Diane Sillan Isaacs)
Jeremy Lappen .... co-producer
Margot Lulick .... executive producer
Nile Niami .... producer
Clark Peterson .... executive producer
Derrick Tseng .... line producer: additional New York unit
 
Original Music by
Jeehun Hwang 
 
Cinematography by
Stephen Kazmierski 
 
Film Editing by
Ray Hubley 
 
Casting by
Kerry Barden 
Mark Bennett 
Billy Hopkins 
Suzanne Smith 
 
Production Design by
Marian Wihak 
 
Set Decoration by
Heather Hobart 
 
Costume Design by
Gersha Phillips 
 
Makeup Department
Caryn Brostoff .... key makeup artist: New York
Verne Caruso .... key hair stylist: New York
Debi Drennan .... key makeup artist
Patricia Grande .... key hair stylist: New York
Sharon Ilson .... assistant makeup artist: New York
Pamela Mills .... assistant hair stylist (as Pamela Mills Byer)
Evelyne Noraz .... makeup artist: additional New York unit
Marilyn O'Quinn .... assistant makeup artist
Zinka Shankland .... key hair stylist
Brian Sheratt .... assistant hair stylist: New York
Thom Timan .... hair stylist: additional New York unit
 
Production Management
Andrea Boyd .... production manager
Jean Chien .... production manager: additional New York unit
Michele Giordano .... unit production manager: New York
Connie McKinnon .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Julie Brazeau .... trainee assistant director
Jean Chien .... second assistant director: additional New York unit
Jeremy Graham .... trainee assistant director
Neil Huhta .... first assistant director
Jonnie Katz .... second assistant director
Cameron Kuc .... third assistant director (as Cameron C. Kuc)
Marco Londoner .... first assistant director: New York
Aida Rodgers .... second assistant director: New York
Ann Taylor .... third assistant director: New York
Derrick Tseng .... first assistant director: New York
 
Art Department
Mary Arthurs .... property master
Paul Berta .... storyboard illustrator
Katharine Boyce .... assistant props (as Katherine Duke)
Jeff Butcher .... property master: New York
Lukas Chovanec .... laborer
Kore Delpasqua .... assistant props
Danien Dupuis .... set dresser
Don Alfred Geyra .... camera scenic artist: New York (as Don Geyra)
Shirley Gulliford .... lead dresser
Jeremy Hindle .... set buyer
Akeo Ihara .... assistant property master: New York
Andrew Kawczynski .... set dresser
John Kennedy .... laborer
John MacNeil .... first assistant art director
Andrew McKendy .... set dresser (as Andrew Mckendy)
Alain Nadeau .... on-set dresser
Carol Nast .... set decorator: New York
Vincent J. Orofino .... leadman: New York (as Vinny Orofino)
Michael Smith .... set dresser
Kaija Vogel .... second assistant art director
 
Sound Department
David Appleby .... sound re-recording mixer
Bill Bridges .... boom operator
Allan Byer .... sound mixer: New York
Elius Caruso .... sound re-recording mixer
Michael Cole .... boom operator
Erv Copestake .... sound mixer (as Ervin G. Copestake)
Roseanne Howell .... foley assistant
John Laing .... dialogue editor
Ao Loo .... sound mixer
Jeremy MacLaverty .... supervising sound editor (as Jeremy Maclaverty)
John Sievert .... foley artist
James Mark Stewart .... first assistant sound editor
Mike Woroniuk .... sound re-recording mixer
James Ziegler .... stereo sound consultant: Dolby
Peter Persaud .... foley recordist (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Jeff Skochko .... special effects coordinator
Steve Skochko .... special effects foreman (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Randy Butcher .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Daniel Abboud .... camera trainee
Will Arnot .... camera operator: New York
Darren Boyce .... key grip
Phil Calambakas .... best boy grip (as Philip Calambakas)
Caesar S. Carnevale .... second assistant camera: additional New York (as Caesar Carnevale)
Edward Cohen .... gaffer: New York (as Eddie Cohen)
Divine Cox .... company grip: New York
Terry Delaney .... grip
Rick Dubeau .... grip
Mike Ferrari .... electrician
Ava Gerlitz .... still photographer
Peter Gmehling .... video playback operator
Christopher B. Green .... camera operator: additional New York (as Chris Green)
Christopher B. Green .... first assistant camera: New York (as Chris Green)
Jeremy S. Grites .... company grip: New York (as Jeremy Grites)
Mark W. Hindle .... video playback operator
Beck Hoehn .... camera loader: New York
Beck Hoehn .... first assistant camera: additional New York (as Beck Hoen)
Steve Kolodziej .... video playback technician
Jerry McMonigle .... technician: Cinejib crane (as Gerry McMonigle)
Michael Meagher .... second assistant camera
Jim Nolan .... best boy: New York
Bill O'Leary .... generator operator: New York
Geoff Pope .... grip
Melvin Pukowsky .... dolly grip: New York (as Mel Pukowsky)
Anthony Ramsey .... electrician (as Tony Ramsey)
Allan S. Robinson .... electrician: New York (as Allan Robinson)
Jon W. Rosenbloom .... key grip: additional New York
Michael Russell .... dolly grip
Dave Sansford .... generator operator
Donald W. Schreck .... electrician: New York (as Don Schreck)
Kurt Schwartz .... key grip: New York
Michael Soos .... camera operator
Robert Stevers .... best boy: New York
Harry Stroud .... gaffer
Jennifer Stuart .... second assistant camera: New York
Demmie Todd .... still photographer: New York
Rosie Vanek .... best boy: New York
Brad Vos .... first assistant camera
Christopher Watson .... best boy electric (as Chris Watson)
Pamela Weese .... electrician: New York
Peter Stranks .... unit still photographer (uncredited)
Leah Yananton .... Steadicam assistant (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Jessica Cooper .... casting assistant
Deborah Maxwell Dion .... casting associate: Los Angeles
Susan Forrest .... casting: Toronto
Jennifer McNamara .... casting associate: New York
Krisztina M. Neglia .... extras casting (as Kristina Meuring)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Koreann Ciandre .... wardrobe supervisor (as Koreanne Ciandre)
Heather Crepp .... wardrobe truck assistant
Natasha Dodd .... wardrobe buyer
Wayne Godfrey .... wardrobe truck assistant
Kim Harkness .... assistant costume designer
Sarah J. Holden .... costumes: additional New York unit
Jeannie H. Kelly .... wardrobe supervisor: New York (as Jeannie Kelly)
Pamela Kezal .... wardrobe supervisor: New York
Nicole Pearson .... wardrobe truck assistant (as Niclole Pearson)
Barbara Presar .... assistant costume designer: New York
Adrienne Tyson .... wardrobe truck assistant
 
Editorial Department
Arthur Montreuil .... color timer (as Art Montreuil)
Dawn M. Stoliar .... first assistant editor (as Dawn Stoliar)
 
Music Department
Joe Fischer .... music supervisor (as Joe Fisher)
David Friedman .... music consultant
Leon Gray .... composer: additional music
Michele Van Valey .... music consultant (as Michelle Van Valey)
Scottpatrick J. Sellitto .... music consultant (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Rik Anglen .... driver
Graeme Atherton .... driver
N. Babishuk .... driver
Okko Berkhuysen .... transportation captain
Dan Carleton .... driver
Kerry Clark .... parking coordinator: New York
Albert Ezerzer .... driver
Kenny Gaskins .... transportation captain: New York
William K. Gaskins .... transportation co-captain: New York (as Willie Gaskins)
Steve Karaszi .... driver
Glen McGugan .... head driver
Mohan Ramdath .... driver
Thomas Sams .... driver
Paul Walker .... driver: honeywagon
Matthew Wolchock .... transportation coordinator
Gerald Wood .... driver
Rick Anglin .... production driver (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Shelley Anderson .... first assistant accountant
Anil Baral .... assistant: M. Lulick, New York
Nuri Bell .... production assistant: New York
Jessica Berman .... production coordinator: New York
Lesley Boylen .... production coordinator
Laurel Bresnahan .... studio teacher
Gordon Brooks .... location production assistant
Corey Campbell .... production assistant: additional New York unit
Jennifer Capraru .... continuity (as Jen Capraru)
Kasey Carroll .... production assistant: New York
Jane Conway .... animal wrangler
Steve Curley .... location manager: additional New York unit
Peter Davis .... fashion consultant
Cynthia Delorenzi .... craft service
Geevendra Doobay .... craft service
Jane Douglas .... post-production accountant
Rima Fand .... set tutor: New York
Jill Fazzolare .... production assistant: New York
John Fudala .... office assistant: New York
Robert Greavette .... location scout
Joel Green .... unit publicist
A.J. Hordal .... assistant location manager
Andy Hwang .... production assistant: additional New York unit
Howard Isaacs .... set tutor: New York
Jessica Johnson Tavenner .... assistant production coordinator: New York (as Jessica Johnson)
Kathleen E. Kearney .... production assistant: New York
Monica Kim .... legal services
Nicolas L. Kogevinas .... production financing
Ed Labowitz .... legal services
Victoria Lang .... set production assistant: New York
Roberto Lopez .... assistant location manager: New York
Lynn Lewis Lovett .... script supervisor: New York (as Lynn Lewis)
Lorna MacDougall .... production accountant (as Lorna Macdougal)
Patricia McVicars .... tutor (as Patricia Mcvicars)
Kristal D. Moseley .... production assistant: New York
Kimberly Mungham .... second assistant accountant
Jeff Nelson .... location manager
Tanisha Nelson .... craft service: New York
Adam Racioppa .... production assistant
Morgan H. Rector .... production financing (as Morgan Rector)
Tess Rescordado .... craft service
Jason Roe .... production assistant
Nina Schmir .... office assistant: New York
Melanie Schmitt .... production assistant: New York
Lindsay Shapiro .... production assistant
Rob Siwiec .... production assistant: additional New York unit
Brian Spach .... production assistant: New York
James Stevens .... location scout
Beverly Sutton .... assistant: M. Lulick, Toronto (as Bev Sutton)
Nathan Sylvester .... production assistant: additional New York unit
Jody Marie Tarsley .... set nurse
Jennifer L. Thompson .... assistant production coordinator (as Jennifer Lyn Thompson)
Kenneth M. Thompson .... production assistant: New York
Jared Underwood .... production financing
Jan Luc Van Damme .... production assistant: additional New York unit
Michele Van Valey .... assistant to director
Jane Walker .... continuity
Thomas G. Wallin .... accountant: New York (as Thomas Wallin)
Marc White .... craft service: New York
Jon Zeidman .... location manager: New York
 
Thanks
Anthony B. Unger .... special thanks (as Tony Unger)
 
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MPAA:
Rated R for strong drug use, language, some sexual content and a scene of violence, all involving teens
Runtime:
94 min | Germany:83 min (TV version)
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Anna Paquin was originally cast as Cat Storm.See more »
Quotes:
Pete Storm:What's a lesbo?
Cat Storm:Two ho's doing it.
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References Scarface (1983)See more »

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11 out of 12 people found the following review useful.
Misrepresenting Box Led Me To Rent This Monstrosity, 7 May 2002
Author: trashflicks from Indiana

The box to this movie totally misrepresents itself. The cover shows a view of legs & panties in a short skirt. The title is `Tart.' The synopsis on the back of the box made it seem as though Cat, the main character, was an outcast who became one of the popular students, but that popularity lead to a bizarre lifestyle that she could not escape from. Everything that the box built this movie up to was a horrible lie. I expected a sort of crappy, direct-to-video version of `Heathers' targeted at the teenagers of today.

Let me tell you what `Tart' was really about. Yes, this really is the plot; so if you don't want to know what happens, stop reading. We have one unlikable, boring rich girl. This unlikable girl's best friend is a skank. The skank gets expelled from school, so the unlikable girl befriends some British girl. This leads to the unlikable girl dating this boring guy, who the box refers to as the `most popular boy in school.' If that guy was the most popular guy in their school, I wish I would have gone to that high school, because I could have kicked the crap out of him. Anyway, as any movie will tell you, the most popular guy in school is invariably a murderer or drug addict or thief, or in this case, all of the above. Anyway, everyone ends up disliking the unlikable main character because she is Jewish. Then the most popular guy in school beats her best friend, the skank, to death with a rock because the skank caught the most popular boy in a homosexual act. The unlikable girl's stoic mother and hypochondriac younger brother are there for her at the end. Oh, and the entire movie is about snotty rich kids and their horrible parents too. Gee, what is wrong with that? That sounds like a fantastic movie! Well, that's what I thought. But you see, there are NO likeable characters in this movie. The main character is boring. The filmmakers made her average, while during the film she keeps spouting off about what a freak she is. The skank is not skanky enough, and has little screen time. The popular guy is nothing to write home about. The popular girls are just your run-of-the-mill rich girls. There are no moral lessons. Cat, the boring main character, is not a freak, does not ever become one of the truly popular girls, and (worst of all) after all the crap she goes through, she thinks she is still too good to befriend the only nice girl, the dorky girl. To be honest, I have no idea why the movie is called Tart. I kept asking, who's the tart? Is she the tart? Are they all tarts? At 94 minutes, theoretically this is not a long movie. But after actually watching this awful waste of a VHS tape, and not knowing who the tart was, I was surprised that the movie was only an hour and a half. The movie felt like it was two hours and some change. After a while, I was hoping the movie would be about pop tarts. At least when you look at a box of pop tarts, you know what to expect.

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