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Based on actual events, of a group of teenagers obsessed with
fashion and celebrity that burglarize celebrities' homes in Los Angeles. Tracking
their targets' whereabouts online, they break-in and steal their designer clothes
and possessions. Reflecting on the naivete of youth and the mistakes we all
make when young, amplified by today's culture of celebrity and luxury brand
obsession, what starts out as teenage fun spins out of
control and leaves a sobering view of our culture today.
Comedy (Dark) Drama - While about high schoolers, this very dryly humorous fact-based film
is very much like writer-director Sofia Coppola's previous work,
meaning more arty and quirky than mainstream and aimed more at an
adult audience. Fans of Emma Watson may be disappointed that she's
one of an ensemble here, and the one other recognizable star, Leslie
Mann, has a very small part. Language and adult subject matter make
the film inappropriate for kids.
PROFANITY: 23 F-words; 11 S-words; a few others. SEX/NUDITY: None. VIOLENCE: A car collision. DRUGS/ALCOHOL: Alcohol, tobacco, and drug use by teens. ACTION: None. COMEDY: Constant dryly and darkly humorous lines and situations.
NY PostFull Review Very Good In other words, this punkish, sleek film about beautiful kids wallowing in purloined Prada could have been written by a grumpy 65-year-old white guy in gabardine, provided he had a sense of irony.
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