Daniel Waters

screenwriter, 'Heathers'

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Screenwriter and director, known for writing the film Heathers

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High school bullying is a popular theme in movies. There’s one in particular that defines the genre. Before Mean Girls. Before Bring It On or Clueless, there was Heathers.

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