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    Easy A

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    How does sin snowball?
    Easy A can stimulate discussions about how loneliness can lead to desperation, the proper role of parents, and the snowball effect of sin. Easy A can also inspire talk about the destructive power of judgmentalism, and how Christians are portrayed in the media.
    Film Synopsis: Easy A takes its inspiration loosely from The Scarlet Letter. Olive, a hardly-noticed high school student, finds that her social capital goes up when she falsely claims to have had sex with a college student. When she later tries to deny it, the result is that people think the lie more strongly confirmed. But when other social outcasts beg Olive to pretend that she has had sex with them as well, she gives in, and before long becomes the school harlot. While this film is a social commentary on the evils of gossip and rumors, it is also a telling insight into the inherent loneliness felt by many high school students who are willing to do anything to be noticed. The appearance of this film on the MovieMinistry website is NOT an endorsement of this film. However, since the staff believes that this film may well become this generation's Breakfast Club, it behooves youth pastors to be aware of it.
    Genre: Comedy
    Rating: PG-13
    Content Advisory: Easy A contains sexual dialogue and profanity. Very strong discretion advised.
    A FilmTalk Card is a single page study guide in pdf format that will lead participants through 3 or 4 areas of spiritual, ethical, or moral discussion based on scenes or ideas contained in the movie. Each single paged FilmTalk Card describes movie moments to provide context for questions that challenge your group to see the connection between the film, their faith, and their lives.

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