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The main characters are two girls we meet at their high school graduation: Enid, played by Thora Birch, and Rebecca, played by Scarlett. Filmaster, Milan Director: Dave Merhar . Gaetano Del Pizzo Production Company: Filmaster, Milan/Mercurio Cinematografica For now, if you think you can sustain explicit scenes of hunger, meet the man in his office. Click here for the. DI Conformist/Assistant Colorist for Walden Media using Nucoda Filmmaster for conforming and coloring and DVS Fuze for DCP creation Meet Dave ().
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Godzilla - 5. Jacky au Royaume des Filles - 5. Housebound - 6. Enid and Rebecca are realistically shown as typical high schoolers who spend their time putting down other people losers, dorks and laughing at them. Although they denigrate everyone, the two girls offer no constructive ideas or alternatives, which is typical high school behavior for American teens.
The problem brought out by Clowes and Zwigoff is that the two girls are on the cusp of becoming those others. Rebecca gets a job and has to deal with lousy customers and crappy bosses, but she has to make a living. Enid gets a job but refuses to accept things as they are, insults her customers, and gets fired on her first day.
The problem is, she wants to rent an apartment with Rebecca, and that takes money, and that means having a job. One can view Rebecca as the more mature of the two, since she clearly understands the nature of making a living.
Enid can't let go of her high school behavior and move into young adulthood. While most teens are aimless in high school, at some point the kids gain some focus and move into adulthood where they have goals and plans. We see Rebecca making that growth, but we also see Enid remaining aimless. Enid played a prank on Seymour, whom she identifies correctly as a dork loser, but runs into him at a yard sale and discovers that although he's a loser dork, there's a real human in those ill-fitting, ugly clothes.
Seymour realizes he is who he is and has more or less accepted it.
Enid makes it her project to get him dates.