Mary Kay Letourneau Story: All-American Girl (2000)





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This made-for-cable docudrama stars Penelope Ann Miller as the infamous Mary Kay Letourneau, the married-with-children Seattle schoolteacher who made national headlines when she had an affair with one of her sixth-grade students, 13-year-old Vili Fualaau (Omar Anguiano). Landing in jail on a statutory rape charge, and ultimately bearing Fualaau's baby, Letourneau is released with a warning to stay away from her youthful inamorta. But she is unable to do so, and the result is another out-of-wedlock baby by the same young man. The teleplay, by Julie Herbert, suggests that Letourneau's inability to control her emotions and impules stemeed from her relationship with her mother, a woman who regarded any sign of affection as a form of weakness. Ultimately, however, Mary Kay Letourneau remains an enigma, and it is up to the viewer to determine whether her behavior was motivated by true love or by a psychotic need for "approval". The Mary Kay Letourneau Story: All American Girl debuted over the USA network on January 18, 2000.
Drama , Television
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Penelope Ann Miller
as Mary Kay Letourneau
Mercedes Ruehl
as Susan Howard
Rena Owen
as Soona Fualaau
Greg Spottiswood
as Steve Letourneau
Christopher Bondy
as John Schmitz
Janet-Laine Green
as Mrs. Schmitz
Gary Hudson
as Charles Dunphy
Robert Clark
as Steven Jr.
Lori Hallier
as Jan Griffin
Julie Khaner
as Det.Coughlin
Tsui Mung-Ling
as Judge Lau
Nadia Capone
as Susan Trenton
Bobby Del Rio
as Favia Fualaau
Kyra Harper
as Barbara Henries
Cody Jones
as Joe Schmitz
Sandi Ross
as Mrs. Higins
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i loved this movie so bad and i had a crush on na 13 year old and i was 18 so i know what exactly waht mary-kay's goin thru people not liking her at all

amy misseri
amy misseri

Turned over the tv and found this on, so kind of watched it accidently. The acting was so bad I was kind of enthralled to keep watching! Hmm.. definitely not a good movie, but keeps you watching, I have to admit.

Nicki Marie
Nicki Marie

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