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Interview by Univers-L team on November 8th, 2010 for This is your first full-length film and you did almost everything: you are the scriptwriter, the director, the editor. Well, they don´t all happen at the same time, which is good.
I also had a lot of help from friends at different stages.
Julie (Alexa Vega) wants to celebrate her graduation from eighth grade with a party, so she invites three friends (Mika Boorem, Scout Taylor-Compton, Kallie Flynn Childress) to Sleepover.
But the plans proves anything but restful after the girls agree to participate in an all-night scavenger hunt.
However, the real stretch in this script may be making young girls believe their social standing can be improved merely by winning a contest against a group of their peers, or the idea that the high school hottie (Sean Faris)—-who already has a gaggle of girls lined up for his attention—would even notice a middle school graduate.