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Prima Donnas (1995)

PG-13 | | Comedy | 8 April 1995 (Germany)
Kim's mother believes being a debutantee should be the most important thing in a young woman's live. So she makes a big fuss about it and gets on Kim's nerves. Consequently, and because she... See full summary »

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Bobbie Bresee ... Ava Sterling
... Kim Sterling
Peter Marmentini ... Tom (as Peter Anthony Elliott)
Kenny Cooper ... Who Knows (as Ken Cooper)
Dan Cashman ... Bob Sterling
Margaret Silbar
Pamela S. Neill ... Constance
Carrie Chambers ... Christine
Louis De Mangus
Kai Alexander
... Maggie
C.F. Bau ... Dean Webster
Trini López ... Himself
... Sen. Robertson
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Kim's mother believes being a debutantee should be the most important thing in a young woman's live. So she makes a big fuss about it and gets on Kim's nerves. Consequently, and because she thinks he's an asshole, Kim refuses to go with her mother's choice: prestigious Scott, a senator's son. She asks out a guy she hardly knows and who - worse for her mother - is Latino. Her mother and Scott try anything to prevent her from this "social suicide". Written by Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>

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Rated PG-13 for sex-related situations and crude humor | See all certifications »
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Primadonnas: Rebels Without a Clue  »

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Getting Ready for You
Written by Roger Bellon and Steve Myland
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"Animal House" goes to a debutante ball
19 March 2001 | by See all my reviews

The film did have a limited theatrical release after a very successful film festival circuit tour. "Social Suicide" (foreign release) aka "Prima Donnas" (USA release title) premiered at the Edinburgh International Film Festival where it received excellent audience response and a great review in Variety, and was then invited to the Cairo Internation Film Festival, AFI FilmFest, Houston Worldfest, among others.


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