Girls' School stars Anne Shirley, Nan Grey, and Marjorie Main in this 1938 film. At an all-girls' school, a young poor girl(Shirley) is bullied constantly and treated poorly, and things become worse, when rumors start spreading about. It's not a bad film, but the treatment that this poor girl goes through, is really difficult to watch. I honestly don't think any girl or guy for that matter should be treated so darn badly. It was one of those movies, where I was squirming because of the cruel behavior. Anne was so lovely and natural in front of the camera, and she really made the film. The ending was rather weak, but the cast was pretty good to watch.
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