Good Girls Get High

Full of charm, humor, and heart, director Laura Terruso's 'Good Girls Get High' mixes it up.

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Good Girls Get High

Academically gifted best friends Sam and Danielle are devastated to learn they’ve earned the superlative “Biggest Good Girls” in their high school yearbook, so they decide to smoke a joint they find in Sam’s dad’s laundry to prove their classmates wrong. But when Sam accidentally sexts her favorite teacher, it’s just the first stop on a night of awkward sex, pregnant cops, pot-induced fantasies, and grand theft auto. Sam and Danielle try to keep their friendship (and themselves) alive, as they take the long and bumpy journey from “good girls” to badasses and realize it might not be all it’s cracked up to be. Good Girls Get High is directed by Laura Terruso, who is also a writer along with Jennifer Nashorn Blankenship. The cast includes Sundance breakout star Abby Quinn (Landline), Stefanie Scott (Insidious: Chapter 3, Jem and the Holograms, A.N.T. Farm), Booboo Stewart (The Twilight Saga films), Isabelle Fuhrman (Masters of Sex, The Hunger Games, Orphan), with Lauren Lapkus (Orange Is the New Black) and Danny Pudi (Community). Leslie Morgenstein and Elysa Dutton serve as producers, and Tripp Reed, Ivana Kirkbride and Chris Castallo are executive producers. The film is an Alloy Entertainment Production presented by Blue Ribbon Content, and it is based on the book by Sarah Miller in development with Alloy Entertainment.
Not Rated
Genre
Comedy, Women and Film
Runtime
77
Language
English
Director
Laura Terruso
Writer(s)
Jennifer Nashorn Blankenship, Laura Terruso
Cast
Chanté Adams, Matt Besser, Cole Carter
FEATURED REVIEW
Stephen Saito, Moveable Fest

“Do you remember when we skipped class to go see Al Gore’s lecture on climate change?” Sam (Abby Quinn) protests, trying to find an argument against the suggestion of her friend Danielle (Stefanie Scott) that the two have never done anything remotely rebellious in their lives as they inch closer to ...

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