In this comedy two girls graduate from high school. They both love to bug other people. Their latest victim is a weird loner. One of the girls starts to fall in love with this guy and when they do the girls start to grow farther apart.
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The review of this Movie prepared by Jack Bauer
Just out of high school, best friends Enid and Becky are counter-culture rebels (Enid more than Becky), talk about moving in together, and have a crush on classmate Josh. One day they play a prank on a lonely, nerdy middle aged guy named Seymour, but the joke backfires and Enid checks him out further and decides to find him a girlfriend. While Becky lands a job in a coffee place, Enid eludes employment and her overly solicitous dad, and draws the weird world around her in her journal. Directed by "Crumb" director Terry Zwigoff and based on Daniel Clewes's graphic novel, "Ghost World" is not an eventful or deeply moving film, but it's quirky fun, and the performance of Buscemi as Seymour (for once, a SWEETLY weird character) and Birch as Enid (she was Spacey's daughter in "American Beauty") carry the movie nicely, though it ends a little vaguely.
The review of this Movie prepared by David Loftus