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22nd October 2010

Summary:

A clean-cut student finds a little white lie enhances her social standing in this smart high school comedy.

Olive Penderghast (Emma Stone) is sick and tired of being a non-entity at high school. But she soon finds her good girl reputation disappearing when she pretends to sleep with her gay best friend, Brandon (Dan Byrd) at a party. Olive is inspired by the classic novel 'The Scarlet Letter', where a woman is found guilty of adultery and forced to wear a scarlet 'A' on her clothes. Olive does the same and finds herself with a reputation for being the most promiscuous girl on campus. But not everyone is so pleased about Olive's newly-found popularity. Opposition appears in the form of a jealous fellow student, the ultra-uptight conservative Marianne (Amanda Bynes) who launches a campaign to have Olive expelled from school. Look out for Penn Badgley from 'Gossip Girl' as Olive's love interest, Woodchuck Todd.

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