May 22, 2012
Alliance Home Video
- Closed Captioned
- Runtime: 113 minutes
- NTSC (Canada and USA)
- Wide Screen
- Originally in English
- Released in English
"Beautiful Girls" takes place in a sleepy New England town, the bucolic home of a group of Generation X-ers involved in a number of romantic goings-on. The film takes a close look at the differences between men and women, particularly in matters of love, sex and relationships.
Perhaps the most intriguing pair in the movie is Willie and his (female) neighbor Marty -- who's only 13. The streetwise, flirtatious Marty has a killer crush on Willie (who is intrigued by her), but both are well aware that she's "jail bait." The duo considers waiting five whole years for Marty to become of age... but can they really do that?
In this post-coming-of-age comedy, a high school reunion in a small Massachusetts town gives a group of buddies plenty of opportunities to try and sort out their views about women and life. From the former stud-turned-snowplow operator to the aspiring nightclub musician who escaped to New York, these clueless cads can only hope for some female guidance.
A Woods Entertainment production.
Released theatrically in the USA February 9, 1996.
Filmed in Panavision; color by Technicolor; prints by DeLuxe.
Additional credits: Maria Baker (set designer) and Lucy W. Corrigan (costume designer).
Soundtrack available on Elektra.