Clueless

Visible crew/equipment: In the first close-up of Cher during the driver's test, as she says, "I have an overwhelming sense of..." the top of a crewmember's head, with his short wavy hair blowing in the wind, is reflected at the bottom of the Jeep's windshield.

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Visible crew/equipment: Near the start, when Cher picks up Dionne in her Jeep, in Dionne's two closeups when she shows off her hat and when she says, "Well at least I wouldn't skin a Collie to make my backpack," the shadows of film equipment, crane and rigging are visible on the lawn as it moves along with the girls.

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Visible crew/equipment: In the scene where Cher is waiting for Christian to call and packing her dad's suitcase up, you can see the shadow of the camera equipment moving up on the wall.

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Visible crew/equipment: When Cher goes to pick up Dionne at the beginning of the movie, you can see the reflection of a camera in the bottom left hand window of Dionne's house.

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In the first close-up of Cher during the driver's test, as she says, "I have an overwhelming sense of..." the top of a crewmember's head, with his short wavy hair blowing in the wind, is reflected at the bottom of the Jeep's windshield.

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Writer/director Amy Heckerling was in the middle of writing the script when she saw Alicia Silverstone in an Aerosmith video on MTV, and immediately knew that was who she wanted to play Cher.

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