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The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants

The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants

2005

As college life diverges the four friends Tibby, Lena, Carmen, and Bridget, they must confront the challenges of growing apart. A treasured pair of jeans becomes a symbol of their enduring sisterhood, as they navigate love, loss, and self-discovery amidst the ups and downs of young adulthood.

Runtime: 119 min

Box Office: $42M

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66

Metascore

7.4

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66%

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66%

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65.0

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Lena Kaligaris (Lena), Bridget Vreeland (Bridget), Carmen Lowell (Carmen), and Tibby Rollins (Tibby) - four teenagers bound together by an unshakeable friendship - are on the cusp of a summer that will test their ties. As they prepare to embark on individual journeys, they stumble upon a pair of jeans that seem tailor-made for each of them. The discovery sparks a shared decision: they'll rotate the pants among themselves throughout the summer, sharing in the symbolism and connection it brings before parting ways.

As Lena navigates the sun-kissed streets of Santorini, Greece, she finds herself entwined in a serendipitous encounter with Kostas Dounas, a local boy who rescues her from a near-drowning experience. Later, she learns that her family's past and Kostas' own heritage are intertwined in a way that threatens to tear them apart. Despite the obstacles, Kostas persists in pursuing Lena, assuring her that their families' animosity is irrelevant to their budding connection. As Lena hesitantly yields to her emotions, Kostas confesses his love for her - only to be interrupted by her family, leaving her uncertain.

Meanwhile, Tibby finds herself entangled in a chance encounter with Bailey Graffman, a young girl who has fainted and is rushed to the hospital. Unbeknownst to Tibby, the pair's paths will continue to intersect as Bailey mistakenly delivers the pants to Tibby's doorstep. Fascinated by Tibby's amateur filmmaking endeavors, Bailey inserts herself into Tibby's life, transforming from stranger to confidante. As Tibby learns about Bailey's struggles with leukemia, their bond deepens, and when Bailey is hospitalized once more, Tibby musters the courage to visit her. In a poignant exchange, Bailey implores Tibby to take the pants for herself, acknowledging that the garment has already worked its magic in bringing them together. Tibby chooses instead to spend time with Bailey, finding solace in their connection and eventually deciding to craft a film inspired by Bailey's remarkable story.

As Carmen descends upon the southern climes of South Carolina, she's met with an unsettling revelation: her father, Al, is on the cusp of marrying Lydia, who comes bearing two children eerily similar to mini-mes. The juxtaposition of these blonde WASPs against Carmen's own Catholic, Puerto Rican upbringing serves as a jarring reminder of her father's absent parenting. While Al and his new family initially extend an olive branch, their emotional neglect of Carmen is palpable. She seethes as her father enthusiastically dotes on Paul and Krista, his affection for them starkly contrasting with the years of emotional abandonment he inflicted upon her. The dress shop debacle serves as a catalyst for Carmen's frustration, as she's reduced to tears by a saleswoman's careless remark. A heated exchange with Lydia culminates in Carmen's abrupt departure, leaving behind a trail of shattered glass and hurt feelings.

As she returns to Maryland, Carmen's pent-up emotions finally find an outlet when Tibby attempts to offer solace. Carmen lashes out in anger, sending Tibby fleeing in tears, though the two eventually reconcile through a series of heartfelt apologies. Tibby's wise counsel ultimately convinces Carmen to confront her father, and over the phone, she unloads years of hurt and resentment. Al's apology, while sincere, falls flat, leaving Carmen feeling unheard.

Meanwhile, Bridget finds herself smitten with Coach Eric Richman during her stint at soccer camp. Despite the strict rules prohibiting relationships between coaches and campers, Bridget can't resist flirting with Eric, seeking his attention during games. As the night wears on, she leads him to the beach, where they surrender to their desires, and Bridget loses her virginity. However, the aftermath of this momentary lapse in judgment finds Bridget consumed by depression, retreating from her friends and loved ones.

When Lena shares the news with Carmen and Tibby via letter, the trio converges on Bridget's doorstep, determined to offer support. As they sit together, Bridget confides in her fears that she's destined to follow in her mother's footsteps, succumbing to the same crippling depression that ultimately claimed her life. However, Carmen and Tibby reassure Bridget that she's stronger than her mother ever was, offering a respite from her misery through fond memories of happier times. In a poignant visit, Eric stops by, apologizing profusely for his actions and expressing a hope that he'll one day earn the chance to make things right with Bridget.

As the girls arrive at the airport, they're greeted by Lena, a warm and welcoming presence who ushers them into a journey that will forever alter their dynamics. Their destination? South Carolina, where a joyous celebration awaits - Carmen's father is tying the knot in a heartwarming ceremony that brings together two families under one roof. Despite Carmen's initial hesitation to attend, she ultimately decides to join her friends for the festivities, and it's here that a poignant reconciliation takes place. With tears of forgiveness shed, Carmen's father publicly apologizes for his past neglect, acknowledging the pain he's caused. As the weight of his words settles in, Carmen's emotions oscillate between relief and vulnerability, but ultimately, she chooses to let go of the past and embrace her new family with an open heart. And so, as the blended family comes together on that stage, Carmen stands alongside them, a symbol of resilience and redemption, ready to embark on this new chapter in her life.