When director/writer John Hughes passed away last summer, critics lauded his success in keenly capturing the drama and comedy of teenage angst. Hughes was of the belief than no people on earth take themselves more seriously than teenagers do, even if they don't always act with an understanding of serious consequences.
I remember reading that and thinking, "That's so true but if you told teenagers that they would find it very condescending and insulting."
The thing ...
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