R | | Comedy, Drama
With only the plan of moving in together after high school, two unusually devious friends seek direction in life. As a mere gag, they respond to a man's newspaper ad for a date, only to find it will greatly complicate their lives.
Enid's notebook drawings were done by Sophie Crumb, Robert Crumb and Aline Kominsky's daughter (mentioned in closing credits). The production team reached out to Sophie Crumb after Daniel Clowes insisted to Terry Zwigoff that Enid's work had to be created by a female artist (Clowes insisted he should not do the ... ...
Well, well, well. If it isn't Enid and Rebecca. The little Jewish girl and her Aryan friend.
Enid: You're late, asshole.
John Ellis: Fine, and how are you?
Enid: Did you bring the tape?
John Ellis: You never paid me for that tape with the Indian dance routine.
Enid: Yes, I did.
John Ellis: You Jews are...
When Enid is dying her hair brown, her hair goes from having one piece in her face to a big piece stuck to her face to being neatly to the sides, between shots without her touching it.
After all the credits roll, there's another take of the scene where Seymour (Steve Buscemi) gets attacked by Doug in the minimart. Only this time, Buscemi's characer easily wins the fight, choking Doug with his own weapon, and stomps out triumphantly. He finishes with a bunch of Mr. Pink type dialogue.
$98,791 (USA) (20 July 2001)
$6,200,756 (USA) (1 February 2002)
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