Wendy and her friends avoid the heartless world of random hookups and friends-with-benefits by spending all their time together. When she meets Sean, Wendy is torn between her genuine affection and desire for him and her commitment to her friends, especially her best friend Billie: and Billie isn't interested in losing her friends.
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In a suburb populated by wealthy and liberal parents who want a bucolic life for themselves and their children, Wendy, Billie and Ann are seniors at the alternative private school; they spend all their time with fellow students John, Price and Robert. The six have been friends since elementary school and their friendship has become a six-person monogamous relationship. They swap sex partners each week; their loyalty is to the group, not to one person. The six friends don't want to survive high school - they want to transcend its pettiness. Their friendships are intense, especially between Billie and Wendy. After orientation, Wendy meets Sean, a new senior who moved from Chicago; he finds out about her "inner geek" and she quickly recognizes a kindred spirit. Soon their friendship becomes romantic and Wendy is torn between her genuine affection and desire for Sean, and her commitment and belief in the group. Wendy starts to test the boundaries of her vow to her friends, and Billie ... Written by
Okay. Not sequel in the usual sense. But it does have Havoc 2 in the title. This movie by far puts Havoc the first movie; with Anne Hathaway, to shame. Miss. Hathaways acting was superb but the movie missed so much. This one's incredibly original. No it doesn't portray average teenagers today, but its a movie. Its suppose to be different and intriguing and lure you into another world. Even though these friends are not normal, the way the movie was made, the way the story was built, and of course the acting make it all believable. Made me feel like I felt when I saw The Craft in 5th grade. Truth be told the movies are similar in structure. Anyway, Props to all the people who worked on the move!
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