Mary Jane's Not a Virgin Anymore

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Mary Jane's Not a Virgin Anymore
Directed by Sarah Jacobson
Written by Sarah Jacobson
Starring Lisa Gerstein
Beth Ramona Allen
Music by The Loudmouths
Babes in Toyland
Red Aunts
The Cosmic Psychos
Distributed by Station Wagon Productions
Release date
  • October 1997 (1997-10)
Running time
98 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Mary Jane's Not a Virgin Anymore is an independent film written, directed and produced by the self anointed "Queen of Underground Film",[1] Sarah Jacobson. It's a film about a teenage girl named Mary Jane who is curious about sex and thinks that by having sex she will become "cool". It focuses on the female perspective of sex. In the film, musicians Jello Biafra and Davey Havok were featured in cameo roles. Tamra Davis helped finance the film.[2] It was shown at the Sundance Film Festival in 1997 and was sold out.[3]


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