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T. Wendy McMillan
Claude and Ellen are best friends who live in a not-so-nice area of New York. They're involved in the subculture of 90s youth, complete with drugs, live music, and homophobia. All is changed one night when a violent and meaningless death rocks their lives.Written by
Josh Pasnak <email@example.com>
Claude has a poster of the band Helium in her room. The leader of Helium, Mary Timony, appears in the film as the singer of the fictional band Coochie Pop and performs Helium's song "Hole in the Ground." See more »
Ellen cuts the back of her left hand with a razor blade. Moments later Claude feeds her pasta and there is not a scratch on her hand. See more »
So you guys are like sisters?
No, we could never be sisters.
Because she's too beautiful. I'd be like some freak accident or something.
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Girls Rule! (at the end of the credits) See more »
This movie would have been so much better if it had a plot. I can understand what the writer was doing, but I don't think he did it to well. If I had to explain this movie to someone I think I would have to say it's about characters growth. A teenaged girl in love with her best friend, forced by separation to find someone with the same feelings. But what I never got with this movie is, why was Ellen so stupid? She stayed with her murderer of a boyfriend even after he almost over-dosed her. And she made out with Claude. what was that about? I don't understand a lot of things about this movie, and I don't think anyone could really explain some of what they saw.
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