Why, St Trinian’s is only Britain’s most notirous school for young women and Mischa Barton portrays one of its alumni in a film that is uniquely and fantastically British. The institution of St. Trinian has yet again fallen on tough times as the bank is on the verge of closing the school. Headmistress Camilla Fritton does not know what to do -- her school must survive!
St. Trinian’s girls are smart and determined and nothing will get in the way of them ensuring that their school stays open. Not helping things is the fact that the school's free self-expression culture is under attack from the school's new Education Minister (Firth).
Camilla Fritton is the school's headmistress and despite her past relationship with Firth's Education Minister, she is quite concerned about her school's doors closing forever.
St. Trinian's teachers and students must band together to save their school. A SOS the world will hear from the British Isles as this society of sisters from St Trinian's Girls School plan to steal one of the world's most famous paintings in order to Save St Trinian's.
Rupert Everett and Colin Firth find themselves in a situation that is uniquely British in its humor. Yes, that's Rupert Everett!
Girls Aloud, one of Britain's most popular girl-groups performs the film's title track. Don't miss the video for We Are St Trinian! The lyrics invite a must-listen:
Make us worthy, make us proud
Teach us not to be too loud
We’ll try to fit in with the crowd
But we are St Trinian’s
We can’t fake the way we feel
We were born to keep it real
Hockey sticks and balls of steel
We are St Trinian’s You bite us, we’ll bite you back
Better be scared when we attack
Feel the fear, we’re maniacs
Check out our battle cry
A song to terrify
No one can stand in our way
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