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
There is a secret test hidden within the SAT. This test does not measure a student's attitude at reading, writing and arithmetic. It measures a student's ability to lie, cheat, fight and kill. Those who score well are recruited to a secret paramilitary academy. Some call them seductresses. Some call them spies. Fools call them innocent. They call themselves D.E.B.S.
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The closing credits run for three and a half minutes, one third of the film's total length. See more »
It was cute, but only cute as the thing that made the feature length D.E.B.s possible. What the director intends to play at is Romeo and Juliet with lesbians in a 'Charlie's Angels' style spoof setting, cool. I thought the feature length version of this did that swimmingly and thank goodness this sparked that little jewel of a camp film, because this short sort of lacked that real forbidden love energy. I know, the whole thing is built around a 'joke' (saving the captive who isn't, misinterpreting sex sounds for sounds of torture), but even the 'I love you' felt manipulative so Amy could get off and not a 'real' moment of connection. Silly as the D.E.B.s feature was, it was at least more than a lesbian sex joke. Glad I saw it first.
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