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virgin suicides
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Starring Kirsten Dunst, James Wood and Kathleen Turner

Released in 1999, Sofia Coppola debuts at the director's chair with this intriguing story told of five girls. The golden haired, lithe Lisbon girls are kept under strict watch by their housewife mum. The story unfolds as four adolescent boys spy on the girls through a telescope, analyse every smile and every yearbook picture as they hope to understand the mystery of women.

The youngest Lisbon girl (Cecilia) attempts suicide twice- bringing an immediate, dark and lingering aftertaste that's unusually desperate as we watch her older sisters. School girls seem to whisper about them in the halls, and boys longingly watch them flit from class to class.

Although peppered with silly moments which capture the wonder and innocence of adolescent, the firm guiding hand of Kathleen Turner as Mrs Lisbon overshadow her girls.

Running at 1 hour and 37 mins, the movie seems to stretch longer with its idyllic spaces. It finishes slowly, on a thoughtful note.

Rating: 4.00 (2 votes) - Added: 21/5/2005
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