As a matter of fact, he is victimized by the other boys in the town--part of their fun.
We have the contrast of the rich family in town with the Ellen Burstyn character and, of course, her daughter played by Cybill Shepherd.
Jacey is Duane's steady, wanted by every boy in school, and she knows it.
Her daddy is rich and her mom is good looking and loose.
There's some depressing football team that can't tackle.
But mostly there is a street with dirt on it and a mentally challenged boy who likes to sweep. This boy is trying to sweep away the dirt that is infesting the town, but he has no effect.
Since 1992, the alley has been covered in murals painted by the Clarion Alley Mural Project (CAMP). The warehouse at 47 Clarion was originally known as the Woodmen Building, with the main door at 3345 17th Street.
It was a meeting hall for the Industrial Workers of the World.
These guys are going nowhere and she might just be there, like her mother, 20 years from now.
The director builds a world that isn't pleasant, but it's certainly a total depiction of a place without a future.
Already spent a dime this morning, ain't even had a decent breakfast. Why don't you comb you hair Sonny, it sticks up, look like you smelled'm wolf.