Deadly Sorority Movie Analysis

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Tonight is time for a new movie on Lifetime that you won't want to miss. This one is called Deadly Sorority and stars Greer Grammer, the daughter of Kelsey Grammer. Lifetime has a habit of making movies that are based on a true story. Bustle shared all about this new movie Deadly Sorority and if it is based on a true story or not. This movie is all about two high school girls who head off to college as best friends and then have to deal with how hard it is to stay friends when things have changed so much.

Lifetime shared a few details about this movie on their site. Here is what it said.

"Best friends Samantha and Kristina go their separate ways for the first time when Kristina gets into the hottest sorority on campus. But Kristina realizes
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She’s a good hearted person and she’s just really excited to start college with her best friend. Sam and Kristina are very different but their love is so strong. Sam is someone who is funny, sarcastic, she doesn’t take herself too seriously and she believes in telling the truth."

Another thing that they spoke to Greer Grammer about was if any of the roles she has ever had left an impression on her. She shared her thoughts.

"Yeah all the time! Leslie from “Manson’s Lost Girls” is probably the one that left the biggest impression. That was an interesting role because Leslie as a person, from my research, was a very loving hippie — she was a prom princess at her high school and was sweet and nice — she just happened to stumble upon a very charismatic monster. So getting to play that and knowing that that can happen — that people that are good can be influenced to do such evil things — it really stuck with me."

Are you excited to see Deadly Sorority tonight on Lifetime? Did you believe this movie was based on a true story? Don't miss Deadly Sorority on Saturday, May 6 on Lifetime. They will also re-air it a few times over the weekend if you miss it.

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