Three tough outsiders come to terms with a friend’s death. “A welcome little gust of teenage realism. In celebrating the solidarity of high school girls who refuse to live and die according to the Beverly Hills ideal, the movie raises a hoarse cheer for candor and spunky self-determination” (New York Times). Taylor helped create her dialogue through group improvisations. 1996, U.S., color, 35mm, 90 minutes.