The Breakfast Club
The Breakfast Club (known in English as The Club of the Five) is a teen movie of 1985 being one of the most paradigmatic titles within this genre. Written and directed by John Hughes, his plot shows five young men, two girls and three boys, (each representing one of the various clichés of any high school or high school) who, as they spend together on a Saturday punished in the library of the Center, discover that each of them is deeper than their respective stereotype. The film has become a classic, cult film and has had a major influence on subsequent film productions for young people. Also, some themes of the soundtrack of the film achieved a notable success.