Ten years ago, independent filmmaker Kevin Smith got his start with this little film that has since become one of indie cinema's greatest inspirations. Made for the paltry sum of $28,000, Clerks is an incredible success that deserves its hype.

Clerks is a spectacular joyride. Filmed in 16mm black and white, the film packs in non-stop humor (and extreme profanity) from start to finish, as the story traces a day in the life of Dante (Brian O'Halloran), a twentysomething convenience store clerk still living with his parents.

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