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As Fernanda (Rooney Mara) enters her senior year at Tanner Hall--a sheltered boarding school in New England--she's faced with unexpected changes in her group of friends when a childhood acquaintance, the charismatic yet manipulative trouble-maker Victoria (Georgia King), appears. Shy and studious, Fernanda is usually the voice of reason among her friends--adventurous and sexy Kate (Brie Larson) and tomboy Lucasta (Amy Ferguson)--but when she begins a complicated friendship with Gio (Tom Everett Scott), an older family friend, she decides it's finally time to take some risks. Jealous of Fernanda's exciting relationship, Victoria begins to sabotage Fernanda's plans and plots to publicly humiliate her. Meanwhile, Lucasta struggles with her newfound feelings towards another classmate, and mischievous Kate is too preoccupied with making her teachers nervous to pay much attention to her actual classes. However, as each of the girls flirt with adulthood, they realize they still need each other to help get through their first grown-up decisions--and the consequences they bring.
Directed by Tatiana von Furstenberg and Francesca Gregorini, Tanner Hall also stars Amy Sedaris and Chris Kattan. Featuring designs by Diane von Furstenberg Studios. Produced by Julia R. Snyder, Tatiana von Furstenberg and Francesca Gregorini. Executive producer by Richard L. Bready.
This movie, though as observed by others, does contain a cliche or two. What I found different about this particular boarding school movie is how each girl is given her own story. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Borovnia54
Actors did what they could with the script they were given. Not enough script background and uses lazy crutch of narration.Published 16 months ago by Modern Muse
"Tanner Hall" is basically "Wild Child" meets "Girl Interrupted", if you enjoyed "Cracks" you should seek out this film. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Only-A-Child
Tanner Hall (2009) was interestingly written by not one, but two women: Tatiana von Furstenberg, the daughter of Diane, and Francesca Gregorini. Read morePublished 24 months ago by The Writer Mo Ibrahim
The dvd came basically new. the case was broken at the top but no biggie, didn't ruin the DVD at all. ThanksPublished on January 15, 2013 by J. F. BYRD-GENTILE
A boring, pointless, disjointed mess. A couple of times I actually found myself asking, "Good Lord, will this movie ever end? Read morePublished on November 3, 2012 by texgirl2762
There have been a fair number of good 'coming of age' flicks but this isn't one of them.
Here's the scoop. Read more