In "The Breakfast Club" five different personalities, each safe in their identity and yet filled with insecurities, spend a lazy Saturday confined to detention at Shermer High School in Shermer, Illinois, for a variety of school violations. Throughout the movie your introduced to a variety of different characters such as the princess, the jock, the brain, the rebel, and the freak. Mr. Vernon, the teacher in charge of the students, unwittingly assigns an essay with
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has no friends and thatís clearly obvious when everyone finds out that she only came to detention because she had nothing better to do. She tends to look inward rather than outward. As the movie goes on she seems to be coming out of her shell and expressing her feelings to the others. I think because the others accepted her that she would probably have a better outlook on life and become more extroverted.