Fast Times at Ridgemont High: The Rose-Tinted World
There is no doubt that Fast Times At Ridgemont High is an intelligent, entertaining, and most importantly, realistic look at high school life of the early 1980's. Sex, drugs, and carefree abandon run rife with the rosy tint with which any pubertal teen sees the world. However, just because that is the most common view of teenage life does not mean that a documentary-like narrative should be devoid of a view of what living looks like with the rose colored glasses taken off.
Take for instance the consequences of Stacy's loose behavior - she wants attention, sleeps with a guy to get it, and e…
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