Women’s media and entertainment company Refinery29 invites you to a very special screening of Clueless, hosted by Entertainment Editor Jazmin Koposhta and culture journalist and author of What Would the Spice Girls Do?, Lauren Bravo.
Jazmin says: "Decades after the release of iconic coming-of-age films like Clueless our excitement and investment in them is just as prevalent as when we first watched them as teenagers. These films framed so much of our millennial consciousness but why is that, when we've come out the other side of adolescence into the grown up world, we're still as obsessed with high school films as we were at the time. Alongside 10 Things I Hate About You, Never Been Kissed and even Mean Girls, Clueless is fixed in our minds as being so distinctly cemented in a previous era, so why does this particular period of teenage girlhood still resonate?
Even looking around at some of the exciting films of the last couple of years, teenhood has prevailed no longer as a guilty pleasure among those of us with nostalgic hearts. To All the Boys I've Loved Before cut through a dense summer of blockbusters as a breakout hit that dominated social media chat, while I don't think I've heard such grown up excitement around high school drama until Lady Bird, Love Simon, and Booksmart came along. So what's the appeal and do we ever really grow out of love with the exciting and messy melodrama of the most formative years of our lives?"
Join us for an exciting evening with the inhabitants of Beverly Hills to answer the question - when it comes to teens on screen are we right to be so obsessed, or are we totally buggin'?
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