“Shove the tassel up your asshole,” reads the display board at the film’s high school in Boise, Idaho, in the trailer’s first scene. Plaza portrays a tightly-wound high school senior who, while working as a lifeguard, decides that she will lose her virginity by the end of the summer of 1993.
“From straight A’s to catching her first F,” the trailer asserts in a single-entendre. Maggie Carey, spouse of Bill Hader, who also stars, wrote and directed the low-budget comedy, which carries a $1.2 million pricetag.
CBS Films, which hosted a well-received late-night screening Wednesday at CinemaCon in April, has set a July 26 launch as counter-programming to Fox’s “The Wolverine.”