Films That Formed the Tween Collective Unconscious of the Y2K Era

Welcome to Sleepover Cinema, where we analyze the films that created the collective unconscious of the girls and gays of the late 90s and early 2000s.

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Passport to Paris

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Passport to Paris

What do two all-American tweens do the city of lights? Diplomatically finesse a revamp of the aqueduct system of Paris, apparently. 1999's Passport to Paris starring none other than Mary Kate & Ashley Olsen is a somewhat deep cut that gives you everything you want— matching outfits, sword fighting with baguettes, and a plot totally dependent on a lack of cell phones. Join our discussion on this week’s fully escapist episode of #SleepoverCinema! 🇫🇷✨🕶👯‍♀️

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