If Slacker had only been a film for 20-somethings, “a film of its generation”, then its relevance would have already waned. We would be left with dated hairstyles and shoes. Instead, the film continues to find an audience. Government, capitalism, other systems and institutions—they may always try to take over identity. But the slacker-ethic endures.
Un bel pezzo di Andrea Dulanto su Popmatters per i vent'anni del film di Richard Linklater: The True Call of Slacker: 20 Years Later.