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ST. TRINIAN'S

by Oliver Parker, Barnaby Thompson

synopsis

The infamous school for ‘young ladies’, St Trinian’s, is once again facing dire financial crisis. While unorthodox headmistress Camilla Fritton struggles to deal with the new Education Minister Geoffrey Thwaites’ tireless advances and his unyielding objective to transform her chaotic environs into a ‘respectable’ school, the responsibility for saving St Trinian’s from its creditor’s falls to the anarchic pupils. The fearless girls, using their wit, sass and ingenuity attempt to pull off the heist of the century and save the school from impending bankruptcy.

international title: St. Trinian's
original title: St. Trinian's
country: United Kingdom
year: 2007
genre: fiction
directed by: Oliver Parker, Barnaby Thompson
release date: UK 21/12/2007, BE 09/07/2008, HU 10/07/2008, DE 07/08/2008, PL 05/09/2008, AT 19/09/2008, ES 26/06/2009, IT 10/07/2009
screenplay: Piers Ashworth, Nick Moorcroft
cast: Rupert Everett, Colin Firth, Lena Headey, Mischa Barton, Gemma Arterton, Jodie Whittaker, Talulah Riley, Russell Brand, Anna Chancellor, Stephen Fry
cinematography by: Gavin Finney
film editing: Alex Mackie
art director: Amanda McArthur
costumes designer: Rebecca Hale, Penny Rose
music: Charlie Mole
producer: Oliver Parker, Barnaby Thompson
production: Ealing Studios, UK Film Council, Fragile Films
distributor: Entertainment Film Distributors, Paradiso Filmed Entertainment (BE), Concorde (DE), Filmax (ES), C.D.I. (IT)
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