Just a quick update on Oliver Parker's latest project St. Trinian's. The re-make of the highly successful British cult film series (starting with The Belles of St. Trinian's (1957)) will hit UK theatres from December 21st, 2007. The movies are actually based on a series of cartoons by Ronald Searle. One might want to argue that they are the ironic alternate universe to Enid Blyton's posh and cosy schoolgirl's world. Australia will shortly follow showing it on their screens from December 26th, 2007. The movie has also been sold to distributors in Germany (Concorde / Tele M√ľnchen Gruppe) and Benelux (Paridiso).

The comedy about the girls of St. Trinian's school who do all what they can to save their school (this also includes the theft of a invaluable painting) from enormous debts stars Rupert Everett, Colin Firth, Lena Headey, Caterina Murino, Russell Brand and Lily Cole.

Since this school for "young ladies" ventures in "free expression" you might want to prepare yourself for unconventional solution finding - and execution. It's all to save their school from bankruptcy and succeed they will, naturally in their very own style. Sounds like big fun? Yup! Nat has a cameo in this, as well as his two girls.

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