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The premise of this film is that there are six college aged students who represent six different stereotypes There is a frat-boy type who attends every party on campus a feminist activist who is offended by everything computer-science major who spends his time making websites a sweet but somewhat flighty girl who is constantly being hit on an armature rapper who makes up lyrics for everything he wants to say and a wiccan girl who is constantly trying out new spells and incantations These six students seem to have nothing in common with each other but there is one central character that ties them all together He is a slightly goofy student that makes extra cash by selling the answers to tests to students Each of these students calls upon him and when he visits them they tell him their reasoning for needing his services instead of studying As the plot unfolds and bits and pieces of the story are told it turns out that each character is intertwined some way in the plot When each person is telling their version of the story the other characters come off as being an exaggerated version of the stereotype they represent to show how we sometimes classify people without getting to know them The six people had all attended a party the previous weekend without really knowing who each other were The feminist character was attending the party to be able to write about the way women were treated at such events and when shes there she discovers the ditsy and decides to write about her and how misguided she is but then ends up envying the attention she gets from all the males The frat boy as a joke from his frat brothers follows the feminist around to try to mess with her but ends up discovering she is not the man hating person everyone thought she was The computer nerd was brought to the party
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