Charlie Bartlett

Kat as: Susan Gardner
Directed by: Jon Poll
Written by: Gustin Nash
Composer(s): Christophe Beck
Genre: Comedy | Drama | Romance
Release Date: February 22, 2007 (US)
Taglines: When Charlie Bartlett listens everyone talks. | Popularity is a state of mind. | First come. First cured. |
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Although cheerful, friendly, well-dressed, and authentic, Charlie Bartlett has problems: his father is gone, his mother is loopy and clueless, he’s been expelled from private schools for victimless crimes, he’s getting punched out daily at his new school, the local public high – and, he longs to be popular. He makes peace with his tormentor by going into business with him: listening to kids’ problems and selling them prescription drugs. Charlie’s attracted to Susan, the daughter of the school’s laissez-faire principal. New security cameras on campus, a student’s overdose, and Charlie’s open world view get him in serious trouble. Can the physician heal himself and just be a kid?

About Kat’s Character

Susan Gardner is Charlie’s love interest and the principal’s rebellious daughter.

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did you know?

» In the last scene the psychiatrists name is P. Sarossy, same as the cinematographer of this movie, Paul Sarossy.

» The most memorable song in the film is Cat Stevens’ “If You Want to Sing Out, Sing Out.” This song was also used repeatedly in Harold and Maude, another movie about a wealthy but troubled young man.