Girls Town (1996 film)

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Girls Town
Girls town1996.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Jim McKay
Produced by Lauren Zalaznick
Written by Denise Casano
Anna Grace
Bruklin Harris
Jim McKay
Lili Taylor
Starring Lili Taylor
Bruklin Harris
Aunjanue Ellis
Anna Grace
Music by Guru
Cinematography Russell Lee Fine
Edited by Alex Hall
Jim McKay
Distributed by October Films
Release dates 1996
Running time 90 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Girls Town is the 1996 feature film directing debut by Jim McKay.[1] The Girls Town soundtrack was released on August 20, 1996 by Mercury Records.

Synopsis[edit]

Four women, Patti, Emma, Angela, and Nicki are completing their last year of high school. Unfortunately for the group, one of their own, Nicki, unexpectedly commits suicide. The three remaining women, upon finding out that Nicki had been raped before she died, begin to talk to each other about the ways in which they are oppressed by the men in their lives. They begin to fight together, taking revenge on Emma's rapist, Patti's abusive ex-boyfriend, and finally, Nicki's rapist.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Stephen Holden (1996). "Girls Town". The New York Times. 

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