Anna an ordinary girl, was dumped by her girlfriend, rejected from colleges and is treated with indifference by her family who are busy preparing for the wedding of her sister. Working as a receptionist at a cosmetic surgery clinic, one night on her way home Anna meets Sadie writing on the door of the clinic \"women\'s bodies are their own.\" Sadie is a leader of a radical feminist punk group called Clits in Action (CIA). Sadie finds out Anna likes her and brings her in to this politically correct world. Meanwhile, Anna makes a plan to save CIA desperately, in which they paint a penis on the very pillar in front of the monument mountain and to blow it up. Moreover, this moment will be seen live on TV through a nationwide live broadcast. The director of
Jamie BABBITJamie BABBIT
Voted by Variety magazine as one of 10 Filmmakers to Watch, Jamie BABBIT made her debut with But I’m a Cheerleader that premiered at Sundance Film Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival. Her work includes The Quiet and Itty Bitty Titty Committee which received the Best Film Grand Jury Prize at the South by Southwest Film Festival 2007.