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Nile River Essay

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Ellen Page: Juno MacGuff
Michael Cera: Paulie Bleeker
Jennifer Garner: Vanessa Loring
Jason Bateman: Mark Loring
Olivia Thirlby: Leah
J. K. Simmons: Mac MacGuff
Allison Janney: Bren
Rainn Wilson: Rollo
Valerie Tian: Su-Chin
Lucas MacFadden: Chemielehrer

16-jährige Schülerin Juno MacGuff die aus minnisota ist, bietet ihrem langjährigen besten Freund Paulie Bleeker an, mit ihr zu schlafen, und danach ist sie schwanger geworden. Ohne dass ihr Vater Mac und ihre Stiefmutter Bren davon wissen, geht sie in eine Abtreibungsklinik, und nur ihre beste Freundin Leah weiß davon.Aber spater juno hat ihre eltern erzalt. Stattdessen wutend zu sein, haben die eltern von juno haben gevehrstandet und waren nett.Juno wolte nicht den baby weil sie weisst das sie uber den baby sorgen konnte. Stattdessen plante sie den baby zu eine reiche familie zu verschenken.aber nichts funktioniert wie es geplant war für juno und das Baby, aber die ist alles wieder gut.

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