The Campus Queen Trailer

The Campus Queen Trailer (2004)

01 April 2004 96 mins

Life on a university campus with its own unconventional but dynamic culture ascribes to itself so many unusual privileges which provide unique opportunities for taking liberties mostly in a broad antisocial sense. In the university, several interests groups or clubs are commonplace. Against the Heavy Weights Club, another club Silver Lines Movement is born. SLM vows to oppose all antisocial, antidemocratic tendencies including economic exploitation on campus. The ensuing battle between the two clubs reveals the frenzied struggles for supremacy in all aspects of campus life. It also exposes the special interests of godfathers from inside and outside campus.

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