jueves, 14 de noviembre de 2013

Living In: Welcome To the Dollhouse


Todd Solondz classic film Welcome To The Dollhouse may wear an R Rating and come packaged as satire, but its subject matter ?the awkward world of junior high school?is depicted with more truth and authenticity than many of its PG-13 teenybopper peers. Centered around a gangly, socially awkward girl (played by a brilliantly cast Heather Matarazzo), the film looks at pre-teen suburban angst through a dark, wickedly hilarious lens. The costumes and sets are unabashedly garish (Matarazzos getups are particularly fabulous), the humor is decidedly non-PC, and the adolescent discomfort so palpable you could cut it with a handsaw. Predating similarly kitch-tastic teen flicks like Donnie Darko, Napoleon Dynamite, and Ghost World by nearly a decade, the 1995 film seems remarkably ahead of its time. ?Max 1. Monique Eyeglasses  | 2. Scott Eyeglasses | 3. Vintage Television | 4. Hammer | 5. Mermaid Barbie | 6. Handsaw | 7. Denim Backpack | 8. Vintage Table Lamp | 9. Yellow Shag Rug | 10. Hair Bobbles (more)



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