Posted by panaura on 31st August 2009
St. Trinian’s is a film about a corrupt institution for girls, in which the headmaster tolerates crime, torture and dangerous activities. Originally releasd in the UK in 2007, St. Trinian’s is gradually drifting abroad…unfortunately. This film teaches kids that crime can be heroic…not the kind of message we want our kids learning.
Besides the bad morals, the film has a corny script. And if your not used to the British accent, then it’s very hard to understand the dialogue.