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School Ties is a 1992 film directed by Robert Mandel starring Brendan Fraser, Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, Chris O'Donnell, Cole Hauser, Randall Batinkoff, and Anthony Rapp. Fraser plays the lead role as David Greene, a Jewish high school student who transfers from a Pennsylvania public school to a New England prep school in his senior year after he is awarded an athletic scholarship. David Greene is a working-class teenager in Pennsylvania during the 1950s who is given a football scholarship to an exclusive Massachusetts prep school for his senior year, quickly becoming the school's starting quarterback. David becomes the team hero and wins the attentions of beautiful debutante Sally Wheeler (Amy Locane). In the afterglow of a victory over the school's chief rival, the ties of his newfound friendships are broken when jealous classmate Charlie Dillon (Damon) reveals that David is Jewish, which David had been trying to conceal. David soon finds himself fighting a battle alone after Sally...
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