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The New York Times article on Molly Ringwald discusses relationships, feelings, and information towards the film “The Breakfast Club,” the film industry as a whole pertaining to her, and the relationship between her daughter, producer, and another actress she had performed with in the film “Sixteen Candles.” The first part of the article talks about Ringwald’s relationship between her and her daughter. Even though her daughter was 10 years old when she first watched “The Breakfast Club,” she was still mature enough to watch the movie in its entirety. Ringwald’s daughter didn’t want her first time watching the movie to be with other people and the best person possible to be watching it with was her own mother. The way of it going was first thought out to be a “sweet unconventional mother-daughter bonding moment.” The relationship between them two got awkward in a sense due to the fact of their being a drug scene in the film, along with sexual scenes as well. Her daughter however didn’t register them when watching so it relieved weight off of Ringwald’s shoulders. Overall between her and her

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