The Virgin Suicides

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In 1970s suburbia lived the five beautiful Lisbon sisters, whose doomed fates indelibly marked the neighborhood boys. Therese, Mary, Bonnie, Lux and Cecilia were everything desired and unattainable due to their parents' strict household rules. From afar, the boys watched the girls, until they witnessed something that would shake their souls: angelic Cecilia plummeting from her bedroom window. In the wake of Cecilia's suicide, the Lisbons shut out the world. The boys no longer wanted to just watch the Lisbon girls; now they wanted to save them and, by extension, their own doomed youth and innocence. This is a story of love and repression, fantasy and terror, sex and death, memory and longing. Sofia Coppola makes a stunning directorial debut with this haunting story about the strange demise of five beautiful teenaged sisters.
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20 out of 100  Overrated
Kieran from Limerick, 08 May 2010
Got this based on others reviews on here and was disappointed. The only memorable bit for me was James Woods performance as the father, a man isolated in a world of progesterone. Wouldn't recommend this one.

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50 out of 100  Very good
John from Dublin, 21 Feb 2008
An unusual storyline with great characters, cast and direction. Completely changed my perspective on Kirsten Dunst who turns in a great performance and captures the screen.

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