In , filmmaker Keva Rosenfeld took a skeleton camera crew into your average American high school. There, he spent the entire year dipping in and out of surf classes, pep rallies, and legacy-making keg parties. The plan for the film was simply to follow a group of students from the first day of school to graduation. Only three months into filming, Rosenfeld found his lead: Finnish exchange student Rikki Rauhala. Plus, she was charming as hell.
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Shane Feldman, an undercover high-school student on the documentary series "Undercover High. The undercover students, aged 21 to 26 when the show was filmed last year, took classes, joined clubs, and saw firsthand the struggles teenagers go through in their everyday lives. Even for the participants who graduated as recently as five years ago, their return to high school was completely different from their first time around. Here are seven things the undercover students learned about high-schoolers that most adults don't realize. Social media has had a profound effect on the daily lives of teenagers. Being constantly plugged in introduces unrelenting pressure on students to maintain their online presence around the clock. Social media isn't just an after-school phenomenon.
The title of 10 Things I Hate About You was inspired by one of the film's screenwriters , who found a list she had made of things she hated about her high school boyfriend. While filming the poem scene , Julia Stiles was so overcome by emotion that she ended up crying real tears. And Heath Ledger was also her first on-screen kiss. The iconic "Kat.
Gary M. Various unidentified teens discuss their ambitions, and provide remarks about social and cultural change, as well as clothes, and records. One emphasizes that his parents bug him.