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There is a secret test hidden with in the SAT. This test does not measure a persons aptitude at reading writing or arithmetic. It measures a students ability to LIE, CHEAT, FIGHT and KILL. Those who score well are recruited into a secret paramilitary academy. Some call them seductresses. Some call them spies. Fools call them innocent. They call themselves D.E.B.S. Centering on four of the girls, plane-Jane Amy; tough-as-nails Max; French exchange student Dominique; and insecure Janet; whom face off against a ruthless villain, Lucy in the Sky, whom abducts their the D.E.B.S. squad captain, Amy, and tries to bring her over to the bad side by seducing her. Written by
DEBS is a romp, no wonder it is being made into a studio feature film. I have seen it at 3 festivals now and it's still funny. My new favorite director is Angela Robinson. She rocks. Can't wait for the DVD which will be out in November.
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