Overview: Fed up with being picked on at school, Cinder Ellen James takes a chance to become a part of the social world to which the gorgeous, unreachable Max belongs and surrenders to a night of glamour, passion and wild twists that will either destroy her or raise her to the highest level of teenage popularity.
Class Suggestions: Official selection of the 2014 LA Shorts Fest, Pumpkin Princess is a fantastic film for students editing their first short film. Many of the scenes contain basic coverage with not too many intercutting scenes or difficult scene transitions. Story is straight forward.
Pumpkin Princess contains some scripted profanity, out-take profanity, and sexual references. There is also references to underage drinking. We believe that this film is appropriate for all college age audiences, and some more liberal high schools.
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