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27 August 2000 (USA) See more »
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This animated made-for-TV movie, based on MTV's hit "Daria," explores the summer vacation of Daria and her classmates at Lawndale High. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)
Rachel Anton ... (voice)
Brett Barsky ... Sam (voice)
Corey Block ... (voice)
Cindy E. Brolsma ... (voice)
Joseph Buoye ... (voice)

Sarah Drew ... Stacy Rowe (voice)
Bart Fasbender ... Andrew Landon (voice)
Amanda Fox ... Katherine 'Kay' Sloane (voice)
Maggie Fredric ... (voice) (as Maggie Frederic)
Amy Goldman ... (voice)
Alvaro J. Gonzalez ... Trent Lane (voice)
Tracy Grandstaff ... Daria Morgendorffer (voice)
Russell Hankin ... Tom Sloane (voice)

Wendy Hoopes ... Jane Lane / Helen Barksdale Morgendorffer / Quinn Morgendorffer (voice)
Steven Huppert ... Joey (voice)
Jessica Cydnee Jackson ... Jodie Abigail Landon (voice)
Lemon Krasny ... (voice)
Nora Laudani ... Ms. Angela Li (voice)
John Lynn ... Sick, Sad World Announcer (voice) (as John Worth Lynn Jr.)
Janie Mertz ... Sandi Griffin / Brittany Taylor (voice)
David Moritt ... (voice)
Rhodri J. Murphy ... (voice)
Tim Novikoff ... Jeffy (voice)
Amy Palmer ... (voice)
Ashley Albert ... Tiffany Blum-Deckler (voice) (as Petunia)
Julián Rebolledo ... Jake Morgendorffer (voice)
Willy Schwenz ... Jesse Moreno (voice)
Marc Thompson ... Mr. Anthony DeMartino / Mr. Timothy O'Neill / Kevin Thompson / Jamie White (voice)
Amir Williams ... Michael Jordan 'Mack' Mackenzie (voice)
James Woods ... (voice)

Carson Daly ... David Sorenson (voice)

Dave Grohl ... Daniel (voice) (as David Grohl)
Bif Naked ... Alison (voice)

Directed by
Karen Disher 
Guy Moore 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Glenn Eichler 
Peggy Nicoll 

Produced by
Cindy E. Brolsma .... producer
Glenn Eichler .... executive producer
Ryan Ingrasin .... segment producer
Lemon Krasny .... co-producer
Karen Kunkel .... post-production producer
John Lynn .... studio supervising producer
Amy Palmer .... producer
Maria Rodas .... associate producer
Abby Terkuhle .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
George Brennan 
Janet Wygal 
 
Film Editing by
Karen Sztajnberg 
 
Art Direction by
Tom Marsan 
 
Production Management
Terry Clark .... production manager
Adam Liggio .... production manager
Donna Rankin .... production manager
David Trexler .... production manager
 
Art Department
Kim Arndt .... storyboard artist
Tony Eastman .... storyboard consultant
Maurice Fontenot .... storyboard artist
Danny Kimanyen .... lay-out artist
Susannah Maurer .... design coordinator
Ted Stearn .... storyboard supervisor
Bob Suarez .... storyboard artist
Olivia Ward .... design supervisor
 
Sound Department
John Bowen .... post-production sound editor
John Bowen .... sound mixer
John Bowen .... sound supervisor
Danny Caccavo .... production sound editor
Neil Cedar .... sound recording engineer
Philippe Desloovere .... post-production sound editor
Tony Pipitone .... production sound editor
Randy Ward .... post-production sound editor
 
Animation Department
Corey Block .... animation production coordinator
Michael C. Breton .... layout artist
Anthony Davis .... layout supervisor
Choon Man Lee .... supervising director: Plus One Animation
Tim Shankweiler .... layout artist
Euralis Weekes .... layout artist
 
Editorial Department
Gilat Meltzer .... post-production coordinator
 
Other crew
Terry Clark .... production accountant
Karen Disher .... original character development
Karen Disher .... supervising director
Kent Holaday .... mouth director
Adam Liggio .... production accountant
Donna Rankin .... production accountant
Tara Sherman .... closed caption coordinator
Felicia Stevens .... production coordinator
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Daria in Is It Fall Yet?" - USA (complete title)
"Daria the Movie: Is It Fall Yet?" - USA (video box title)
"Daria: Is It Fall Yet?" - USA (promotional title)
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75 min
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1.33 : 1 See more »
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Trivia:
In the final scene of the movie Quinn answers a question about the meaning of Manifest Destiny. This is the same question answered by her sister Daria in the first episode of the TV series "Daria" (1997).See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: The cylindrical object on the table when Jane and Alison are in the restaurant appears in the long shot, disappears in the close shots, then reappears the next time we see the table.See more »
Quotes:
Jane Lane:Daria!
Daria Morgendorffer:How are things going?
Jane Lane:Fine! Fine! Fine! Couldn't be better!
Daria Morgendorffer:Sucks, huh?
Jane Lane:Only in a mind numbingly pretentious way.
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References Waterworld (1995)See more »
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Probably not for everyone, but this is a wonderful made for TV movie, 1 January 2008
Author: planktonrules from Bradenton, Florida

I have a confession. Even though I am an adult and parent of a teen, I watched all the Daria TV shows and movies when they first aired. Apparently, this show aimed at teens is something I could still enjoy--even though I am an old fuddy-duddy! Recently I bought copies of the two Daria movies. I would have bought the entire show, but so far they have not been released! How MTV could do that or allow the shows to have been rebroadcast a few years ago on Noggin (chopped up in many cases as well as only showing about half the episodes) is beyond me.

If you have never seen the DARIA television show or if a cartoon about teens isn't something that would interest you, then you might not particularly love IS IT FALL YET?. However, being a high school teacher and having two teens of my own, this insightful and funny movie is terrific.

At the onset, I need to point out that the quality of the animation for all the DARIA shows and movies is very poor--something typical of almost all the MTV cartoons. However, despite this, the writing is so good and so dead-on that I highly recommend this to anyone--especially those with an irreverent sense of humor.

First let's give a general overview of the main character, then let's discuss the film. Daria is a high schooler who is both very bright and very cognizant that many of her contemporaries are idiots. She and her best friend, Jane, are the definite odd-balls on campus as they have no interest in fitting in and they are just biding their time until they can graduate! Additionally, they spend most of their time together making commentaries about the idiocy of the students and faculty of Lawndale High School--commentaries that are extremely accurate.

This movie is about the summer before their senior year and Daria and Jane's relationship is very strained due to Daria's poor decision to date Jane's ex-boyfriend. Not unexpectedly, most of the summer is spent apart--Jane at an art camp and Daria working as a counselor at a touchy-feely camp run by Mr. O'Neill. The film not only follows their summer, but also that of several other Lawndale High's students as well.

The movie is quite angst-filled as well as very insightful and funny. Teens and parents alike should be able to see a bit of themselves and their classmates in the characters--though of course in an over-the-top manner. For example, while empty-headed jocks are something we all can relate to, finding one as dumb as Kevin is a tough assignment! The only reservations I have at all about the film are the quality of the animation (but I looked past this very quickly and it didn't in any way inhibit my ability to enjoy the movie) and a brief scene involving bisexuality. For teens, this isn't particularly a problem. As a school teacher, I know that teens talk about this a lot--probably too much. But for younger audiences, parents should be aware of this.

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