SHOOTING DURING A SOCIAL AND FASHION DOCUMENTARY
An Intelligent and Compelling Noon with a group of fashion designers and models who perceived life not in a stereotyped and static way, but who are able to perform the best out of their outfits .Being part of group which is able to go through the abominable cardinal and conventional point about the existence is no longer a pretentious theme. But what makes particularly interesting the shooting is that The story took place in Las Vegas Arcade ‘s famous and notorious legendary meeting point for various different quality of characters, who want to spend their spare time by squandering money onto the game shops, but the dynamic which saw them involved in a ver spooky and hide and seek’s activities were they tried to escape from Institutions instead of passing their time into the scholastic detention helped to strengthen the energy as well as value of each of them, able in the end to overcome the rigid structure and sectorial mindset present into society and in this way to face the passive and malicious thoughts of the adults. Using the words and massive quotes which resembles an entire generation ”
Brian Johnson: [closing narration] Dear Mr. Vernon, we accept the fact that we had to sacrifice a whole Saturday in detention for whatever it was we did wrong. But we think you’re crazy to make us write an essay telling you who we think we are. You see us as you want to see us – in the simplest terms, in the most convenient definitions. But what we found out is that each one of us is a brain…
Andrew Clark: …and an athlete…
Allison Reynolds: …and a basket case…
Claire Standish: …a princess…
John Bender: …and a criminal…
Brian Johnson: Does that answer your question? Sincerely yours, the Breakfast Club.
In the end the only fact we need a fake Id to fool the Police Department, not to update our address not to run across bureaucracy ,a bunch of lies to keep it cool determines the vulnerability and weakness of an entire generation of Social Statement.
The Real True is that we are inevitably and universally fooled by the society of mass media, which brought the Human Being to be seduced and lured by what’s smarter, what looks more brilliant, what looks more seductive, what’s stronger, what is more convenient and as a result Everything could re-enter into this answer, everything could be tremendously related to that as its exact opposite.
Nothing could be more unsettled and unstable than a persistent Lie,we are continuously oriented upon living on a prayer, on a possibility that something could come up from our imperfection but it’s just an absurd proposition.
Allison Reynolds: I’ll do anything sexual. I don’t need a million dollars to do it either.
Claire Standish: You’re lying.
Allison Reynolds: I already have. I’ve done just about everything there is except a few things that are illegal. I’m a nymphomaniac.
Claire Standish: Lie.
Brian Johnson: Are your parents aware of this?
Allison Reynolds: The only person I told was my shrink.
Andrew Clark: And what did he do when you told him?
Allison Reynolds: He nailed me.
Claire Standish: Very nice.
Allison Reynolds: I don’t think that from a legal standpoint what he did can be construed as rape, since I paid him.
Claire Standish: He’s an adult.
Allison Reynolds: Yeah, he’s married too.
Claire Standish: Do you have any idea how completely gross that is?
Allison Reynolds: Well, the first few times…
Claire Standish: The first few times? You mean you did it more than once?
Allison Reynolds: Sure.
Claire Standish: Are you crazy?
Brian Johnson: Obviously she’s crazy if she’s screwing a shrink.
Allison Reynolds: Have you ever done it?
Claire Standish: I don’t even have a psychiatrist.
Allison Reynolds: Have you ever done it with a normal person?
Claire Standish: Didn’t we already cover this?
John Bender: You never answered the question.
Claire Standish: Look, I’m not going to discuss my private life with total strangers.
Allison Reynolds: It’s kind of a double edged sword isn’t it?
Claire Standish: A what?
Allison Reynolds: Well, if you say you haven’t, you’re a prude. If you say you have you’re a slut. It’s a trap. You want to but you can’t, and when you do you wish you didn’t, right?
Claire Standish: Wrong.
Allison Reynolds: Or are you a tease?
Andrew Clark: She’s a tease.
Claire Standish: I’m sure. Why don’t you just forget it.
Andrew Clark: Oh, you’re a tease and you know it. All girls are teases.
John Bender: She’s only a tease if what she does gets you hot.
Claire Standish: I don’t do anything.
Allison Reynolds: That’s why you’re a tease.
Claire Standish: OK, let me ask you a few questions.
Allison Reynolds: I already told you everything.
Claire Standish: No. Doesn’t it bother you to sleep around without being in love. I mean, don’t you want any respect?
Allison Reynolds: I don’t screw to get respect. That’s the difference between you and me.
Claire Standish: It’s not the only difference I hope.
John Bender: Face it, you’re a tease.
Claire Standish: I’m NOT a tease.
John Bender: Sure you are. Sex is your weapon. You said it yourself. You use it to get respect.
Claire Standish: No, I never said that she twisted my words around.
John Bender: What do you use it for then?
Claire Standish: I don’t use it period.
John Bender: Oh, are you medically frigid or is it psychological?
Claire Standish: I didn’t mean it that way. You guys are putting words into my mouth.
John Bender: Well, if you’d just answer the question.
Brian Johnson: Why don’t you just answer the question?
Andrew Clark: Be honest.
John Bender: No big deal.
Brian Johnson: Yeah answer it.
Andrew Clark: Answer the question, Claire.
John Bender: Talk to us. Every one: C’mon, answer the question. Come on. Answer it.
John Bender: C’mon, it’s easy. It’s only one question.
Claire Standish: NO I NEVER DID IT.
Allison Reynolds: I never did it either. I’m not a nymphomaniac. I’m a compulsive liar.
For this serie of DAZED&CONFUSED we decided to let a generation of pranks, loosen princess, fearless sluts, and nice companions to reflect upon a sentence, coming up also from the text and very incisive words pop Marshall McLuhan,
“People are increasingly separated into distinct places, in order to “homogenise them into groups”-groups with single identities:students, workers, prisoners, mentally ill. The people in this group are seen as interchangeable parts. And the distinct identities are subsumed under the larger system of internally consistent, linearly connected, and hierarchically arranged units”
Joshua Meyrowitz, Marshall Mcluhan: Critical Evauation in Cultural Theory, 2005
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