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Release Date:
4 April 2005 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
The secret life of girls... it's not pretty. See more »
Plot:
A mother and her daughter confront the intimidation of teen peer pressure and the emotionally brutalizing social rituals of high school... See more » | Full synopsis »
Awards:
1 win & 1 nomination See more »
User Reviews:
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Cast

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Alexa PenaVega ... Vanessa (as Alexa Vega)

Lisa Vidal ... Barbara

Leah Pipes ... Stacey

Elizabeth Rice ... Nikki
Alicia Morton ... Tiffany
Shari Dyon Perry ... Emily (as Shari Perry)

Rhoda Griffis ... Denise Larson
Nancy McLoughlin ... Ms. Donnely

Margo Moorer ... Principal Jessup

Chad Biagini ... Tony
Joey Nappo ... Ezra
Maureen Brennan ... Soccer Coach

Michael Arata ... Dave Larson
Asia Larkin ... Wannabe #1
Krizia Vega ... Wannabe #2
Hannah McLoughlin ... Wannabe #3

Anne Ewen ... Lydia
Brandi Coleman ... Boutique Salesgirl

Ann Mahoney ... Bartender
Julie Comarda ... Cheerleader
Jason Rogers Williams ... Basketball Coach
Tony Molina Jr. ... Paramedic
Wallace Merck ... Doctor
Bruce Barnes ... Cop (as Bruce 'Sunpie' Barnes)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Melissa Caudle ... Shopper / wife / mom (uncredited)
Robb Conner ... Waiter (uncredited)
Nicole Cory ... Wannabe #5 (uncredited)

Anthony Gangi ... Student (uncredited)
Justin Groetsch ... Neighbor / Student (uncredited)
Felecia Kirkland ... Wannabe #4 (uncredited)
Susan Lay ... Student (uncredited)

Codie Scott ... Parent (uncredited)

Scott Shilstone ... Derreck (uncredited)
Denise Templeton ... Lunch Lady (uncredited)
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Directed by
Tom McLoughlin 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Rachel Simmons (book)

Matthew McDuffie (story) and
Richard Kletter (story)

Richard Kletter (teleplay)

Produced by
Orly Adelson .... executive producer
Kimberly C. Anderson .... co-producer
Howard Braunstein .... executive producer
Jonathan Eskenas .... co-producer
Michael Jaffe .... executive producer
Christopher Morgan .... line producer
Malcolm Petal .... supervising producer
Randi Richmond .... producer
 
Original Music by
Mark Snow 
 
Cinematography by
John S. Bartley (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Marshall Harvey 
 
Production Design by
Chester Kaczenski 
 
Art Direction by
Barry Gelber 
 
Set Decoration by
Kristen McGary 
 
Costume Design by
Peggy Stamper 
 
Makeup Department
Dana Boisseau .... assistant hair stylist
Garnett Burk .... assistant makeup artist
Ulla Gaudin .... key hair stylist (as Ulla Aricayos)
Dean Jones .... key makeup artist
 
Production Management
Fritzi Horstman .... post supervisor
Christopher Morgan .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
George Bott .... second second assistant director
Chip Touhey .... second assistant director
Jonathan Giles Zimmerman .... first assistant director (as Jonathan Zimmerman)
 
Art Department
Jon Graubarth .... props
Mark Hanks .... lead man
Trey Merrill .... set dresser
Elizabeth Mire .... assistant to the set decorator
Cory Parker .... assistant property master
Denise Templeton .... art department coordinator
Denise Templeton .... props assistant
Jaye Walker .... on-set dresser
Gregory R. Wolf .... property master (as Gregory Wolf)
 
Sound Department
Jimmy 'Coach' Armstrong .... boom operator
Ed Carr .... sound re-recording mixer (as Ed Carr III)
Rene Defrancesch .... sound utility
Jack Levy .... sound supervisor
Donald Lyles .... adr mixer
Doug Madick .... foley artist
Mack Melson .... production sound mixer (as Mack Nelson)
Mack Melson .... sound recordist
Tim Philben .... sound re-recording mixer (as Tim Philbin)
 
Special Effects by
David K. Nami .... special effects technician
 
Stunts
Jeff Galpin .... stunt coordinator
Justin Groetsch .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Carin Baer .... still photographer
Richard Ball .... key grip
Gary L. Camp .... Steadicam operator
Gary L. Camp .... camera operator: "b" camera (as Gary Camp)
Eric Damazio .... best boy grip
Tim Dunford .... dolly grip
Ryan Eustis .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Sean Finnegan .... gaffer (as Sean M. Finnegan)
Kevin Gazdik .... electrician
Joe Iverson .... electrician
Michael D. Kennedy .... electrician
Luis Lopez DeVictoria .... best boy grip
Mason McGuire .... set electrician
Zach Nasits .... assistant camera
Don Reddy .... camera operator
Calmar Roberts .... assistant camera
Reid Russell .... assistant camera
Reid Russell .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Philip D. Schwartz .... digital imaging technician
Steve Urban .... dolly grip
Scott Zuchowski .... best boy
Scott Zuchowski .... electrician
 
Casting Department
Yvette Foy .... extras casting
Shay Griffin .... casting: Atlanta/New Orleans (as Shay Bentley-Griffin)
Justin Groetsch .... extras casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Daniel George .... key costumer (as Danield H. George)
Fred Lloyd .... assistant to costume designer
Kim Martínez .... key set costumer
 
Editorial Department
Derek Herr .... on-line editor
Bill Young .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
Jenny Leite .... assistant music editor
Ernie Mannix .... music editor
Chris McGeary .... music editor
Mark Morgan .... composer: additional music score
Amanda Abizaid .... soundtrack (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Taylor Cromartie .... driver: day player
A. Welch Lambeth .... transportation coordinator (as Welch Lamberth)
John McLaughlin .... transportation captain
Nathan Parker .... driver: Ms. Vega
Buddy Pine .... driver: honeywagon
 
Other crew
Jane Bickford .... studio teacher
Victor Brunette .... location assistant manager
Jules Carideo .... production coordinator
Karen Eachus .... script supervisor
Vivian Enfinger .... set medic
Christian Fauntleroy .... assistant: Mr. McLoughlin
Chris Gibson .... production assistant
Justin Groetsch .... extras wrangler
Elizabeth T. Guste .... production accountant (as Elizabeth Guste)
Tiffany Horn .... office production assistant
Elston Howard .... location manager
Lynn Josephson Delaney .... executive assistant: executive producer
Ted Kantrow .... caterer
June Marshall .... assistant production accountant
Kim 'Lillith' Murphy .... key set production assistant
Kimberly Murphy .... production assistant
Randal A. Nicoll .... assistant location manager
Nathan Parker .... set production assistant
Christine Peymani .... development assistant
Annie Poirier .... office production assistant
Onni Vosdoganes .... assistant production coordinator
Bill Young .... title designer
 

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MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for mature thematic issues and language
Runtime:
120 min (including commercials) | Brazil:84 min
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Trivia:
During a scene where Alexa Vega's character Vanessa ends up cutting her hair off, Vega accidentally cut off her own hair in addition to the fake hair pieces she was suppose to chop.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: When Emily brings Vanessa the stuffed bear and the flowers, she hands the bear to Vanessa but when the scene cuts back to her, she's still holding it. Then the scene goes back to Vanessa and she too, is holding it.See more »
Quotes:
Ms. Donnely:[Referring to Vanessa's suicide attempt] I guess I'm just wondering if anyone has any feelings about what she did.
Stacey:Um, Vanessa and I have been friends for, all our lives, and I just wish I could've done something to help her.
Emily:That is such crap!
Ms. Donnely:Excuse me Emily!
Emily:Stacey drove Vanessa to it. She humiliated her. She practically drove her out of school
[Surveying the whole class]
Emily:and everyone knows it.
Stacey:What? That is such a lie! You've known her what, five minutes? Vanessa and I are incredibly close.
Emily:Yeah, close enough to kill her.
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Movie Connections:
Featured in Surviving High School (2012) (V)See more »
Soundtrack:
Dreams In AshesSee more »

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19 out of 24 people found the following review useful.
The real deal on High School, 5 April 2005
Author: Terra_X from United States

"Odd Girl Out" (2005) Alexa Vega, Lisa Vidal, Leah Pipes. 4.5/5.0 stars. When a girl (Vega) finds that her closest friends start to spread rumors and ruin her life she starts to break down to the hurtful and often harmful rituals of High School. Vanessa is your average girl trying to find herself in the world. She is friends with Stacey (Leah Pipes), the most popular girl in school, until Nikki (Elizabeth Rice) and Tiffany (Alicia Morton) sabotage her friendship with the queen bee and the clique. She is tortured throughout the school year until finally, the words start to get to her, and not in a good way. The school outcast, Emily (Perry) joins Vanessa on her quest to navigate through the dreadful everyday life that our teens go through everyday. My thoughts on it-This definitely hit the surface with a stone, and made some huge points that "Mean Girls" (2004) failed to point out. HIhg School may be the hardest times of our lives. Especially when your friends turn on you, and you are all alone in a teenage wasteland of betrayal, rumors, and raging hormones. This is the real deal. The secret life of girls is NOT pretty. What goes on behind our backs-Its one place where you cannot protect your children. Parents should know that this movie does contain some very dramatic elements to it. There is some very intense moments or drama and schoolyard insults such as slut, whore, or bitch. There is some sexual references made through out the movie. Children under 13 should have an adult or guardian around for some mild discretion.

Rated TV-14 for Strong language and thematic elements.

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