In Never Been Kissed, Josie Geller (Drew Barrymore) wants more out of life. A 25-year-old copy editor at a Chicago newspaper, she yearns to be a reporter. When her dream becomes a reality, her first assignment is to go undercover at a local high school to report on today's teenagers. High school for Josie was a humiliating experience and she never had a serious boyfriend. But now she has a chance to do things differently second time around. Never Been Kissed is Barrymore's debut as a film producer. Finding fame at the age of six in E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, Barrymore took up smoking at nine, was an alcoholic at 10, attempted suicide and then had to undergo years of therapy. Never Been Kissed opens today at Broadway Mongkok, Tsuen Wan and Kwai Fong; UA Times Square, Sha Tin, Whampoa and Telford; GV Mongkok and AMC Festival Walk. Winner of the 1999 Golden Globe Award for best foreign language film and nominated for best foreign language film and best actress Oscars at last year's Academy Awards, Central Sta tion is about a boy in Brazil who wants to find his own identity and also about peo ple striving to keep in contact with their past. Dora (Fernanda Montenegro) is a former school teacher who makes a living by writing letters for illiterate people at a crowd ed railway station in Brazil. One day she writes a letter for a nine-year-old boy's mother. A moment later, the woman is killed in a traffic accident and Dora becomes the unwilling guardian of Josue (Vinicius de Oliveira). At first she sells the boy to an adoption agency so she can buy a big TV. However, her conscience troubles her and she steals the boy back. The two escape out of the city and go an journey to find the boy's father in Brazil's remote northeast. It opens today at Broadway Cinematheque, Windsor, Silvercord and UA Pacific Place.