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Uptown girls (Molly Gunn)

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Movie propaganda

They're about to teach each other how to act their age.

Molly Gunn (Brittany Murphy) is the toast of the New York social scene. The freewheeling daughter of a late rock legend, Molly is an "it girl" on top of the A-list - designers want to dress her, the most eligible bachelors want to date her and her birthday bash is one of the hottest tickets in town. Her life is a never-ending party.

But when Molly's inheritance is stolen by her accountant, the party comes to an abrupt end. Molly is forced to do something she's never done before - get a job.

With the help of her best friend Ingrid (Marley Shelton) and A and R scout pal Huey (Donald Faison), Molly lands a position as nanny to the daughter of high-powered music executive Roma Schleine (Heather Locklear). Molly's new charge is Ray Schleine (Dakota Fanning), a precocious, uptight 8-year-old "going on 40" who's obsessed with germs and lives her life as perfectly as possible. Emotionally distant from her mother, Ray has grown up with a revolving door of nannies and too little stability, so she tries to control everything she can.

Molly has never needed to be a responsible adult. Ray has taken the weight of the world on her young shoulders.

Target demographic movie keyword propaganda

  • Comedy nanny socialite A-list party inheritance family adult

Theatrical propaganda posters

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Persons of interest

  • Brittany Murphy .... Molly Gunn
  • Dakota Fanning .... Ray Schleine
  • Marley Shelton
  • Donald Adeosun Faison
  • Heather Locklear .... Roma Schleine
  • Michael Urie .... Pig Walker
  • Tony Devon .... Limo Driver
  • Pell James .... Julie
  • Allison Jacobs .... Storywriter
  • Julia Dahl .... Screenwriter
  • Mo Ogrodnik .... Screenwriter
  • Lisa Davidowitz .... Screenwriter
  • Boaz Yakin .... Director

Cinematic intelligence sources

Intelligence analyst

Special Agent Matti

Theatrical report

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Security censorship classification

PG (Low level coarse language)

Surveillance time

102 minutes (1:42 hours)

Not for public release in Australia before date

Film: 20 November 2003

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