Synopsis: Andrea Marr is a bright, straight-A, mature, 18-year-old high school senior on the verge of womanhood who decides to abandon her sheltered, boring lifestyle and her bookish friend Darcy for a look into the local rock and roll scene as a groupie to local rock singer Tod Sparrow and learn more about the life of one who follows a touring band along with her new friends aspiring rock star wannabee Cybil, outgoing fellow groupie Rebecca, and music critic Kevin.
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Music
Director(s): Jonathan Kahn
Production: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  1 win.
99 min

I was with these so-called

"Groupies" never start anything.

That's ridiculous for me,

unreachable stars to cross,

pseudo-religious madmen,

who are willing to

for a single glance,

a single word or a touch

by a stranger totally surrender.

This stranger seems to be the key

to a different world.

I could never say

what fascinates me more,

the groupies themselves or the people

which they adore.

The focus was on the road

signs of life everywhere.

I'm probably going too fast,

to see them. Well.

And then one day I'm

turned into the street groupie.

And I, Andrea Marr,

would become a groupie.

I grew up here. Porter City.

Here, everyone still has hopes.

Here everybody has dreams.

Here, each 'a band.

This is my neighborhood: West Hills.

Here's are not that many bands.

And here I am.

Well, what can I say?

I can not help it.

I'm at 18

Everyone says how beautiful I've become.

What irritates me, however, is

that there are also some who say,

I had become sexy.

The problem is, I think,

I have not changed me at all.

These are my parents.

They wanted to have children.

I think I was just an accident.

Who knows?

In any case, they are too old

for a daughter as a teenager.

Well, we were just in the second Semester

the final year.

For everyone else, a time

of hope and joy.

For me it was sheer torture

Already heard of the Brown?

- Brown? You want to Brown University?

Mr. Jones, I do not know

why should I enroll myself.

The never take me there on.

- Why do you doubt yourself, Andrea?

Again the best work.

- Everything has tits gets, 'ne one.

You have b*obs. What have you got?

Darcy was a good friend,

resents everything that one does not.

Cybil said to have dyed her hair again.

- I had got used to the pink.

I got it yesterday. The hairdresser

has not given much trouble.

But it looks cool. Is not that right?

- Yes.

Richard was shy. I tried

to give him some confidence.

Because I knew exactly

how it looks in it.

Hey, Richard, you're in math but

'Ne written one. I find cool.

Oh yeah?

- Clear.


Look, my little-boy fags.

Give me the ball again.

Forget it, you ass!

Oh God.

Madness. That was really funny.

But can stupid sayings do not like.

Stay down.

- His conduct was inexcusable.

The bastard had gone too far.

Someone had to tell him.

And that someone was me.

Parker, why do you let them

not just in peace?


Hey, hello, Andrea.

Our sweet little Andrea.

Did you just say something?

Sound as if you had asked

if you ever on my ...

Shows it to him.

- Hey, guys, okay?

Cybil had the strength,

I would have liked.

She lived her life. And if that one

did not fit, that was his problem.

She was great. I'm never

behind it rose, why did it myself.

Wow, your hair is.

- Yes, I know.

I mean, Sheila was the first time with 14

Sandy was even until 13th

I'm 17 and you are 18th

The national average is 16,



And that's why we should do it at last!

That is why we are so, as we are.

That is why we look, how we look.

What is it?

Am I fat?


I have a feeling that today

the night for us both.

Hey, hey, hey ...

Darcy, are you sure? I mean,

you take over the responsibility for

that we are here virginity?

Responsibility, what do you think?

- I do not know. It's just, Darcy,

We know the guys at all yet.

- I know them, trust me.

You also need to know not one yet,

to make it with him. I mean ...

Are you thinking about who think like that across?


Does not look like it.

When we meet again,

We are both women.

Wish me luck.

- Good luck.

Hey, Scott, do you remember who I am?

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David E. Tolchinsky

David E. Tolchinsky (born David Jan Edelson) is a screenwriter, playwright, sound designer, and academic. He is Chair of Northwestern University's Department of Radio-TV-Film and Founder/Director of Northwestern University School of Communication's MFA in Writing for the Screen+Stage. As a screenwriter, his feature film Girl is distributed by iTunes and has been seen internationally. He has been commissioned by such studios as Touchstone/Disney, MGM, Ivan Reitman's Montecito Pictures, USA Networks, Edward R. Pressman Film Corp, and Addis-Wechsler & Assoc./Industry Entertainment to write feature screenplays. He is the author of original screenplays such as The Last Crash and Reflections on a Teenage Anti-Christ featured in a New York Times article about home offices. Some of his work centers on teen subcultures such as heavy-metal fans, Florida surfer teens, teen groupies, and female football players, particularly in relation to social decay. He is also interested in horror, both psychological and physical. As a sound designer, he has designed the sound for interactive computer environments and video installations which have been exhibited internationally. In 2003, he was nominated for a Motion Picture Sound Editors Guild Golden Reel Award for his sound design for Dolly.In 2008, he was appointed as a Northwestern University Charles Deering McCormick Professor of Teaching Excellence. In 2009, he co-curated The Horror Show at Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs in New York City which explored horror in film, video, installation, photography, sculpture and painting and which was featured as a The Village Voice "Voice Choice for Art" and on their blog, and which was accompanied by a 32-page catalog. In 2011, he co-produced Debra Kahn Tolchinsky's Fast Talk, which investigates the accelerated speed of argumentation in college debate and which is available on iTunes and Amazon instant. Recently, he published "Where's the Rest of Me?" a reflective essay about Spalding Gray in Paraphilia Magazine and co-curated with Debra Kahn Tolchinsky The Presence of Absence sponsored by the Contemporary Arts Council at Hairpin Arts Center in Chicago, chosen by Chicago Magazine as one of the "16 best art gallery shows to see now in Chicago" and described in The Huffington Post as "The space is gorgeous, the art solid, challenging, yet accessible. This is a wonderfully odd, powerful, thoughtful show". He was also ranked #14 on New City's Film 50 2013: Chicago’s Screen Gems, was the recipient of a 2014 Illinois Arts Council Artist Fellowship in Literature, and was voted Best Director for his play, Where's the Rest of Me? (which was nominated for Best Play and which was an adaptation of his essay), at the 2015 Riant Theatre One-Act Play Festival in New York City. Most recently, his play Clear was published in Issue 3 2015 of Proscenium Journal, he was ranked number 8 with Debra Kahn Tolchinsky on New City's Film 50 2015: Chicago’s Screen Gems, he co-curated Sick by Seven (seven plays/films about mental health in the modern world) at A Red Orchid Theatre in Chicago as part of its Incubator Series, and was no. 7 on New City's Film 50 2017: Chicago’s Screen Gems. His students have included Dave Holstein (staff writer, the Brink), Jen Spyra (staff writer, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert), Eoghan O'Donnell (creator of The CWs The Messengers),Marisha Mukerjee (staff writer, Heroes Reborn), Sarah Gubbins (playwright, The Kid Thing and Cocked and TV writer, I Love Dick (TV Series) for Transparent's Jill Soloway), Erik Gernand (playwright, The Beautiful Dark), Andy Miara (former head writer, The Onion News Network)), J. Ryan Stradal (author of the New York Times best selling novel, Kitchens of the Great Midwest), Ethan Kass (staff writer, TNT's Murder in the First), Jenny Hagel (staff writer, Late Night Seth Meyers); Chris Bruss (head of digital content, Funny or Die); and Jordan Horowitz (producer, La La Land). He is a graduate of Yale (1985, BA, magna cum laude) and USC School of Cinematic Arts/School of Cinema-Television (1988, MFA). He continues to collaborate often with his spouse, the media artist Debra Kahn Tolchinsky. more…

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