Sofia Coppola's directorial debut THE VIRGIN SUICIDES (1999) tells the haunting, dreamlike story of five beautiful sisters who shook a suburban neighborhood to its core. When the youngest of the Lisbon sisters attempts to take her life, all of them are put under close watch by their overbearing, religious parents, leading the girls to a final act of rejection, refusal, and autonomy. Based on the book by Jeffrey Eugenides and partially inspired by Peter Weir's PICNIC AT HANGING ROCK (1975), THE VIRGIN SUICIDES stars Kirsten Dunst, Kathleen Turner, A.J. Cook, Josh Hartnett, Scott Glenn, Hayden Christensen, and Danny DeVito, and introduced us to one of the most compelling directors of the 21st century.
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