Lick the Star
|Lick the Star|
|Directed by||Sofia Coppola|
|Edited by||Eric Zumbrunnen|
|Distributed by||Film Movement|
The film is included as a bonus feature on the DVD for the film HOP from Film Movement.
The plot revolves around a clique of four girls who devise a plan to weaken the boys at their school with arsenic. The plan is to slowly poison the boys through their lunches, inspired by the "queen bee" Chloe's obsession with the novel Flowers in the Attic. As the plan progresses the history class discusses slavery. Chloe makes a chance remark, about realizing that her friendship with Nadine, who is black, would not have been possible as she would have been a slave. A case of broken telephone creates a gossip ring that leads to Chloe's eventual downfall.
The film's themes also appear in Coppola's later work, such as the feelings of isolation; in addition, the film begins with a car journey, just like her later films The Virgin Suicides, Lost in Translation, and Somewhere.
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- "Lick the Star". The New York Times.
- Jagernauth, Kevin (December 10, 2012). "Watch: Sofia Coppola's 1998 Short Film 'Lick The Star'". Indiewire.
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