- Status: Released
- Movie Tagline: Taking higher education to a new low.
- Genres: Comedy, Family, Science Fiction
- Release Date: 2007-12-21
- Runtime: 101.0 min
- Budget: Not Available
- Revenue: $29.1 million
- Production Companies: UK Film Council, Ealing Studios, Fragile Films, Entertainment Film Distributors
Cast & Crew
Talulah Riley, Rupert Everett, Gemma Arterton, Colin Firth, Lena Headey, Jodie Whittaker, Russell Brand, Anna Chancellor, Juno Temple, Tamsin Egerton, Antonia Bernath, Amara Karan, Paloma Faith, Kathryn Drysdale, Lily Cole, Holly Mackie, Cloe Mackie, Lucy Punch, Fenella Woolgar, Celia Imrie, Toby Jones, Caterina Murino, Stephen Fry, Mischa Barton, Tereza Srbova, Millie Foster, Nathaniel Parker, Cheryl Cole, Nadine Coyle, Sarah Harding, Nicola Roberts, Kimberley Walsh, Esme Thompson, Bel Parker, Theo Cross, James Rawlings, Ben Willbond, Emily Grace Bevan, John Thompson, Steve Furst, Preston Thompson, Cato Sandford, Jonathan Bailey, Denise Stephenson, Andrew Buckley, Jody Halse, Richard Glover, Jeremy Thompson
Synopsis – What to Expect from “St. Trinian’s”
St. Trinian’s is a 2007 British comedy movie, based on the cartoons by Ronald Searle and the classic British films from the 1950s. The movie follows the adventures of the girls of St. Trinian’s, a fictional school for “young ladies” of questionable parentage.
The movie begins with the new headmistress, Camilla Fritton, arriving at the school. She quickly discovers that the school is in a financial crisis, and the school’s bank is threatening to foreclose. In order to save the school, Camilla comes up with a plan to win a national art competition and the prize money.
The girls of St. Trinian’s must compete against the snooty girls of rival school, Cheltenham. To win the competition, the girls must use their wit, charm, and their own unique brand of mischief.
The girls enlist the help of their old headmistress, Miss Fritton, and her brother, Carnaby, to help them with their plan. With the help of Carnaby’s old gang, the girls create a plan to win the competition and save the school.
The girls must pull off the plan without getting caught by the police, the bank, or the rival school. Along the way, they must also deal with the snooty girls of Cheltenham and their own personal issues.
The movie follows the girls as they try to save St. Trinian’s from
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