Crazy / Beautiful DVD

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Kirsten Dunst stars as a wealthy, troubled seventeen year old with a fondness for drinks and drugs. Will her new boyfriend - a poor latino kid with great dreams - help her recover or send her further out of control?

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Released
03 June 2002
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Touchstone Home Video 
Classification
Runtime
95 minutes 
Features
Dubbed, PAL, Widescreen 
Barcode
5017188884488 
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play. A modern tale of love and romance set in a high school in Los Angeles. Carlos is poor but gifted straight A student who attends the school on a football scholarship and Nicole is the daughter of a wealthy congressman. Everyone around them seems against the relationship, but can they manage to stay together?...

Carlos (Jay Hernandez) is a poor Los Angeles high school student who has worked hard, attained consistently good grades, and now intends to apply for Naval Academy. When he meets and begins dating messed-up rich girl Nicole (Kirsten Dunst), he is surprised to discover that her father is Congressman Tom Oakley (Bruce Davison), one of the men to whom he has applied seeking sponsorship for the Academy. Tom takes an instant liking to Carlos, but is worried that his involvement with Nicole might distract him from attaining his goals and says that the relationship must end in order for the sponsorship to be agreed. Carlos now has to choose between being with the girl he loves or following the dream his family have long nurtured for him.

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