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Brenna Mendonca Activity 3, Option 3 1.List and describe each of the teen characters in the film. "Princess" Claire- She's popular and rich. She's pretty, and stylish. She gets what she wants and believes she doesn’t belong there. She's narcissistic. "Athlete" Andrew- He's a wrestler. He thinks he can take on anyone. "Better" because he is an athlete. Does whatever anyone tells him to apparently. He is arrogant. "Brain" Brian- He's nerdy. He wants to be cool. He gets picked on by everyone. He doesn’t w ant to upset Vernon by not following the rules. "Criminal" Bender- He has a bad family life. He gets aggressive and mean but he stands up for/ takes the blame for everyone. "Basket case" Allison- She is "crazy" which I don’t believe. She just does that b ecause she wants attention because her parents ignore her. She's antisocial and she steals a lot. Her emotions change throughout the movie and seems to be inappropriate at times. 2.Explain the critical issue(s)faced by each of these teens. Compare and contrast their views about life. Claire says its hard with her friends because she has this image to uphold, and if she doesn’t do it then everyone will think she's uncool. Her parents use her to get back at each other. They all kind of look at her as this ungrateful kid because she has everything and everyone loves her while the other kids have problems that she can't really understand I guess. She is narcissistic, and lacks empathy to those who "look up to" her.
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