In West Hollywood, Suzette, now on the far side of middle age, has always been a party girl, leading a life solely for the here and now. When the here and now leads to her without a job, no money and thus no sense of whether her partying life has gotten her anywhere, she decides to go into her distant past to visit in Phoenix an old friend, Vinnie, who she has not seen or talked to in twenty years. In their shared past, Suzette and Vinnie were Los Angeles groupies coined the Banger Sisters for their penchant to sleep with any and all rock musicians who came through Southern California. Suzette does know however that Vinnie's life has changed, she married to Raymond, a lawyer who has political aspirations, the two who have two teenaged daughters. It is in part the reason she decides to visit now well off Vinnie, to see if she will lend her some money. Suzette reconsiders when she finds out just how far Vinnie has changed. She now goes by her full given name Lavinia, and is not only the...
Some friendships last forever... like it or not.
20 September 2002 (USA)
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Opening Weekend USA: $10,037,846,
22 September 2002
Gross USA: $30,307,416
Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $38,068,353
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Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?
and Eva Amurri Martino
are mother and daughter, and this is their fourth film together. Amurri can also be seen as the younger version of Lavinia in Suzette's photo collection. See more
When Vinnie comes to take Ginger to the driving test, Suzette's bra strap is alternately out/in between shots. See more
[on seeing Hannah at prom looking sick
Oh god, whats she on?
Nothing, we just had champange.
Don't bullshit me.
Shes on acid.
How long ago did she drop it?
Two hours maybe?
Two hours she's gonna be really messed up, you guys should go.
Leave her here with you? We don't even know you.
I'm a friend of her mother's.
Yeah, right Hannah's mother.
Referenced in Assembling the League
Never Say No
Written by John Henry
, Wes Boatman
Performed by Bill Cunliffe
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