R | | Biography, Drama, Romance
When Elizabeth Wurtzel is writing the piece on Bruce Springsteen, a pack of Morleys, the fictional cigarette brand from the The X-Files (1993) and many other movies and TV shows can be seen on her desk.
He told me afterwards in terms of absolute value, sex and drugs were equally meaningless to him. Just two different ways to have fun. Which is all well and good, until a girl tries out the same approach.
Lizzie's hair changes while she talks on the payphone with her mother with Rafe standing nearby.
During the opening credits, the close-up shots of the letters Elizabeth is typing form the sentence, "I hate myself and I want to die."
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