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Sassy Pants (2012)

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Desperate to get out from under her overprotective mother, a home-schooled teen runs off to live with her dad, and forms a bond with his much-younger boyfriend.

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Desperate to get out from under her overprotective mother, a home-schooled teen runs off to live with her dad, and forms a bond with his much-younger boyfriend.

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Home is where the harm is.

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Comedy | Drama

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Rated R for language and some sexual references | See all certifications »

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26 October 2012 (USA)  »

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A Virada de Bethany  »

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Based on "Boutonniere," Coley Sohn's award winning short film which premiered at Sundance in 2009. See more »

Goofs

When Hector returns from Marine boot camp his hair is as long as it was before, though combed differently, rather than close-cropped as one might expect. See more »

Quotes

June Pruitt: Your parents should be ashamed of themselves raising a bunch of hot-in-the-pants degenerates. Do you know what they say about girls who play? They pay. Got that? You play, you pay.
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Spun-off from Boutonniere (2009) See more »

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We Let The Sparks Fly
Written by Luke Tierney, Michael Woglom, Misha Feldmann and George Pendergast
Performed by The Penfifteen Club (as Penfifteen Club)
Courtesy of Fundamental Music
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I laughed, I cried... no really I did.
15 March 2012 | by (Seattle, WA) – See all my reviews

From the minute it began this quirky movie had me, hearkening back to other Indy greats like "Welcome to the Dollhouse." The cast was amazing. Stand-outs for me in the supporting cast were Haley Joel Osment as the uber-gay trailer trash boyfriend with a heart of gold, and the ailing always coughing Jenny O'Hara as the tough as nails grandma with (you guessed it) a heart of gold. However, the understated performance by Ashley Rickards stole the show. The writing is smart, funny and current which is a huge compliment in today's overly-hip-trying-too-hard environment, and Sohn's directorial debut in a feature length movie is to be applauded. The relationships are real, dysfunctional, but loving. The poignant ending of the movie left me wanting more.


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