"Dazed and Confused" is a 1993 film directed by Richard Linklater that would be considered the greatest of all time if not for the presence of Ben Affleck, lack of Cheap Trick inclusion in its soundtrack and general counterculturalist sensibility.
Set and filmed in Austin, Texas the story is said to take place in 1976, but was filmed in 1992. Why it's called a "1993 film" is beyond any normal, truthy kind of comprehension, and clearly indicative of marijuana consumption by it's hippie filmmakers.
A memorable subplot of the film includes the righteous disciplining of young, rebellious miscreants by the film's heroes, the senior class hazers.
Lessons For Us AllEdit
Through McConaughey's character, Wooderson, we learn that while we all get older, high school girls stay the same age.