start taking responsibility for her life. From the very beginning, Jill is a simple girl; she is young and sexy but lacks confidence. As the movie goes on, Jill starts to grow and become stronger. She accepts the consequence that she is seeing the wrong guy and chooses to leave. Therefore, I think Jill has most self-respect in the movie. Speaking of the least self-respect, I think it would be George. First, he is very irresponsible. Jackie said in the hip party about George is always happy. In fact he never wants to face any problems, he just chooses to ignore it. He lives with Jill who's young and pretty. However, he is not happy. He is sleeping with different women. He sleeps with Jackie who's his ex-girlfriend, Jill's best friend. He also knows she is Lester's mistress. He also sleeps with Lester's wife Felicia who is a wealthy old woman. Moreover, when he is at Felicia's house for her haircut, he finds her absent. Lorna, who's Felicia's Seventeen years old daughter, takes him to her house and talks to him. Lorna blatantly asks him if he would like to have sex and George agrees. When Felicia arrives, she drags George off to her bedroom and has sex again. He has no morals. He
doesn't think about the consequences. At the end of the movie, when Jill asks him how many women are out there, he first wants to ignore her, and then angrily admits that his motivation force to becoming a hairdresser is to be surrounded by all those women. He is good at what he does which is uses his hairdresser skill to please women.
- Spring '14
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