Enid is an only child, living with her Dad who disgusts her.
As does everyone around her.
She hurts the only people that love her with her indecision, her sarcasm, her selfishness, but she won't realise this until she's a lot older.
There are many poignant moments in this film, Normans escape on a bus out of town, Robert Johnsons music, the cliched ridiculous art teacher, Mullet Man, Steve Buscemi's Seymour being a puppet on Enids string.
I love it, and I love Enid despite of herself.
I was that teenager
You know, it's not like I'm some modern punk, d*ckhead! It's obviously a 1977 original punk rock look, but I guess Johnny F*ckface over there is too stupid to realize it!