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Writer (WGA):
Richard Kletter (written by)
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Release Date:
16 February 2004 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
Her 14-year-old daughter's not fast... she's just keeping up. See more »
Plot:
A mother/daughter relationship is thrown off balance when the mother (Marcia Gay Harden) discovers that... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Marcia Gay Harden ... Trish Vogul

Alexis Dziena ... Hannah Vogul

Mike Erwin ... Nick Hartman

Miriam McDonald ... Dawn Gensler (as Miriam MacDonald)

Megan Park ... Becca White

Gary Hudson ... Bill Vogul

Deborah Odell ... Ginnie Gensler
Rhonda McLean ... Kathleen White

Joe Dinicol ... Tommy

Karen Glave ... Lauren James

John White ... Brad
David Christoffel ... Tom White
P.J. Crosby ... Tess Gensler

Lise Cormier ... Amanda
Christine Dunsworth ... Heather
Mary-Colin Chisholm ... Nurse Johnson
Stan Carew ... Principal Jessup
Rowan McInnes ... Noah White
Kathryn MacLellan ... Joan Hartman

Cecil Wright ... Angry Father
Sandy Lund ... Boomer Mom
Juanita Peters ... Angry Mom
Brian Heighton ... Proud Father
Nikki Barnett ... Bedroom Girl #1

Amy Kerr ... Bedroom Girl #2
Zachary MacNeil ... Bedroom Boy

Stephanie B. Gillie ... Snapshot Couple (as Stephanie Gillie)
Adam Pennington ... Snapshot Couple
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mark B. Richman ... Rapping Harry Potter Look-alike

Directed by
Tom McLoughlin 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Richard Kletter (written by)

Produced by
Lois Bonfiglio .... executive producer
Howard Braunstein .... executive producer
Michael Jaffe .... executive producer
Michael Mahoney .... producer
Bruce Miller .... co-producer
 
Original Music by
Mark Snow 
 
Cinematography by
Bill Wong 
 
Film Editing by
Charles Bornstein 
 
Casting by
Lisa Ferguson 
Susan Forrest 
Molly Lopata 
 
Production Design by
Doug McCullough 
 
Art Direction by
Shelley Nieder 
 
Set Decoration by
Brian Enman 
 
Costume Design by
Kate Delmage 
 
Makeup Department
Karola Dirnberger .... hair department head
Evan Hyisky .... assistant hair stylist
Elizabeth Kuchurean .... key makeup artist
Amanda O'Leary .... assistant makeup artist
 
Production Management
Valerie Halman .... production manager
Brenda Torrance .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
David McLennan .... first assistant director
John Shurko .... trainee assistant director
Bruce Zwicker .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Bernice Butler .... property master
Morgan Gentle .... set dresser
James Matthews .... key scenic artist
Luke Merdsoy .... assistant art director
David Sutherland .... construction coordinator
Chris Brown .... lead set dresser (uncredited)
Irene Strang .... set dresser (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Paul Adlaf .... sound mixer
Serge Arseneault .... boom operator
Steph Carrier .... sound re-recording mixer (as Stephan Carrier)
Kathy Choi .... first assistant sound editor
Sue Conley .... dialogue editor
Roderick Deogrades .... sound effects editor (as Rod Deogrades)
Barry Gilmore .... dialogue editor
Graham Jones .... adr editor
Dino Pigat .... sound re-recording mixer
Mark Shnuriwsky .... sound effects editor
Sid Lieberman .... foley artist (uncredited)
David Yonson .... adr recordist (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Randy Boliver .... stunt coordinator
Christine Knickle .... stunt double: Becca
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Jason Ball .... lighting technician
Jake Clarke .... gaffer
Terry Daly .... best boy (as Terry Daley)
Brian Gedge .... camera operator
Rick Gillis .... best boy grip
Michael Jackson .... grip
Kevin Michael LeBlanc .... first assistant camera (as Kevin LeBlanc)
Kelcey Parker .... key grip
Alan Sweet .... grip
 
Casting Department
Lisa Ferguson .... casting: Halifax
Susan Forrest .... casting: Toronto
Molly Lopata .... casting: USA
 
Editorial Department
David Feldman .... assistant editor
Gord Ventura .... dailies colorist
Scott Wallace .... assistant editor
 
Transportation Department
Kristin Arason .... driver: cast
Richard Colp .... transportation
Kelly Peterson .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Jessie Burns .... script supervisor
Rob Chapman .... production coordinator
Elizabeth Kavanagh .... production accountant
Kate Mahoney .... assistant production coordinator
Andrew McInnes .... location manager
Lynn Josephson Delaney .... executive assistant to producer (uncredited)
 

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USA:120 min (including commercials) | Brazil:84 min
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Did You Know?

Goofs:
Factual errors: This movie stated that syphilis is caused by a virus. Syphilis is actually a bacterium.See more »
Quotes:
Joan Hartman:[about Nick and her lack of interest about his active sex life] I'd probably be more worried if he were unpopular.
Trish Vogul:Well your very popular son gave my 14 year old daughter syphilis.
Joan Hartman:And how do you know she didn't give it to him?
Trish Vogul:Because she's a virgin!
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25 out of 39 people found the following review useful.
Worst excuse for a movie I have ever seen in my life, 28 November 2007
Author: xbx1120 from Indiana

This is the worst over-the-top, hilariously cheesy excuse for a movie I have ever seen in my life. Being a 17 year old, I think I can also say with confidence that it is not realistic in the most forgiving sense.

The first thing I noticed is the strong bias against MEN that this movie has, no surprise since its a LIFETIME movie. I felt like every time a man came onto the screen, he says something dumb or acts irresponsibly. Even when the dad came on screen, he would just crack open a beer, say "Oh I don't care about our daughter, I'm watchin da game!", and walk off-screen. And all the guys at her high school were Neanderthals who wanted sex and nothing more. The only exception was her gay friend at school. Yes, he's gay.

Now to the bulk of the movie. I could just picture what this sad excuse for a movie was going to be like before I even watched it. A bunch of arrogant Hollywood writers 'exposing' what dangerous, sex-filled American teen life is like. It is nothing like the movie portrays. Yes, people have responsible sex before they are married. Yes, there are 'sluts' who have sex with many partners. No, girls don't 'put out' or act so sexually aggressive as they do in the movie. And they're 14 in the movie. No way.

The movie is also very cheesy. Some of the quotes sound like they come right out of an abstinence textbook. "Look if you do it you'll fit in" "Cmon don't you wanna be popular?" To which the girl instantly replies 'yes' and they have sex. These people act nothing like real humans, and that is why its so funny.

Another bright spot of the movie is how they portray the main 'player', the guy who gets all the girls and spreads syphilis. He doesn't care about infecting people, wants just sex, and they show him watching porn to make him look like a bad person. People in the class thought this was particularly funny. You see him on an XXX site and he's instantly a bad dude. Who woulda known so many people were evil in high school.

To sum it up, this movie sucks and its not realistic at all. I hate to imagine what middle aged soccer moms think when they see this movie. "OH THATS HOW IT IS MAH KIDS BE HAVIN SEX EW!" Well, let me tell you, this movie is the farthest thing from reality I've ever seen. A joke.

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