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The Virgin Suicides by Kirsten Dunst
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The Virgin Suicides (original 1999; edition 2012)

by Kirsten Dunst (Actor)

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When school hunk Trip Fontain convinces the beautiful but sheltered Lisbon sisters to go to the prom, the romantic fantasies of a group of neighborhood boys threaten to come true--until all are engulfed in a stunning chain of events that will change their lives forever.
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The Virgin Suicides [1999 film] by Sofia Coppola (1999)

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When school hunk Trip Fontain convinces the beautiful but sheltered Lisbon sisters to go to the prom, the romantic fantasies of a group of neighborhood boys threaten to come true--until all are engulfed in a stunning chain of events that will change their lives forever.

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