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A '''princess''' is the title sometimes given to female members of royal or noble houses, often the daughters of a king or queen.  
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'''Princess''' (2008) is a movie about a young man's encounter with a beautiful, but reclusive and mysterious young woman who has lived her entire life in an American castle. William impulsively bids his life savings at a charity ball for a dance and a date with Ithaca, only to discover that she thinks he is her Searcher. All the residents of the castle are women, such as old Nana, who "crabby but has a good heart."
  
==See also==
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[[category:Movies]]
*[[Monarchy]]
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Revision as of 19:43, 30 May 2011

Princess (2008) is a movie about a young man's encounter with a beautiful, but reclusive and mysterious young woman who has lived her entire life in an American castle. William impulsively bids his life savings at a charity ball for a dance and a date with Ithaca, only to discover that she thinks he is her Searcher. All the residents of the castle are women, such as old Nana, who "crabby but has a good heart."