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Lost and Delirious

Lost and Delirious ★★ 2001

Teen angst, romance, and sexuality taken to extremes. Shy Mouse (Barton) is trying to settle in at her exclusive girls' boarding school with new roomies, wealthy Tory (Pare) and wild Paulie (Perabo). When Mouse realizes that the girls are lovers she takes it in stride but Tory gets anxious and denies the relationship. Mouse watches helplessly as Paulie gets increasingly desperate to win Tory back and matters take a turn for the baroque. Based on the novel “The Wives of Bath” by Susan Swan. 100m/C VHS, DVD . CA Mischa Barton, Piper Perabo, Jessica Pare, Jackie Burroughs, Graham Greene, Mimi Kuzyk, Luke Kirby; D: Lea Pool; W: Judith Thompson; C: Pierre Gill; M: Yves Chamberland. Genie ‘01: Cinematog.

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