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The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (1-Jun-2005)

Director: Ken Kwapis

Writers: Delia Ephron; Elizabeth Chandler

From novel by: Ann Brashares

Keywords: Drama

Film adaptation of the 2001 novel of the same name follows the adventures of a diverse group of young women and their traveling pair of jeans.

ABSTRACT
Bridget Vreeland, Carmen Lowell, Lena Kilgaris, and Tibby Rollins are four young women and best friends from suburban Maryland, nearing adulthood and about to separate for the first summer in their lives. A trip to the department store on one of their last days together brings them into possession of a curious pair of jeans fitting each of them perfectly, despite their varying shapes and sizes; this article of clothing becomes their mutual item of affection, shared amongst the girls as they embark on their respective coming-of-age journeys.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Alexis Bledel
Actor
16-Sep-1981   Rory on Gilmore Girls
America Ferrera
Actor
18-Apr-1984   Ugly Betty
Erica Hubbard
Actor
2-Jan-1979   Lincoln Heights
Blake Lively
Actor
25-Aug-1987   Gossip Girl
Kyle Schmid
Actor
24-Aug-1984   Henry Fitzroy on Blood Ties
Amber Tamblyn
Actor
14-May-1983   Joan of Arcadia
Rachel Ticotin
Actor
1-Nov-1958   Total Recall
Nancy Travis
Actor
21-Sep-1961   Three Men and a Baby
Mike Vogel
Actor
17-Jul-1979   Grind
Bradley Whitford
Actor
10-Oct-1959   The West Wing

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