Mary (who insists that everyone call her Lola) is a flamboyant teenager who has grown up in New York City. With dreams of acting stardom and fantasies about her favorite singer/poet Stu Wolff. Lola is prone to telling fantastic tall tales in order to make her life appear more interesting. Her tendency to emotionally blow everything out of proportion has earned her the nickname "drama queen" by her mother.
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Imagine Lola's horror when she's forced to move to Dellwood, New Jersey. Pulled away from her cultural center of the universe, Lola does her best to stand out and make an impact at her new school (though she's viewed as an oddball). She tries out for the school play, a modern retelling of Pygmalion. She also finds a kindred spirit in Ella, a fellow fan of Stu Wolff. Lola also makes enemies with the local popular girl, Carla Santini.
Unfortunately, Lola's tendency to tell tall tales lands her in trouble when she brags that she and Ella are going to a "farewell tour" party for Stu Wolff. Lola has to find a way in or face humiliation by Carla Santini, who will be in attendance. It's then up to the Drama Queen to try and make her fantasies a reality.
The review of this Movie prepared by Lovely Wolff