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When Randal enters the Quick Stop after closing RST, Dante attacks him and the two fight, making a mess of the store. Dante claims that Randal does nothing for him but make his life miserable by getting him fined, offending his customers, and ruining his relationship.
Randal loses his temper and verbally explodes, saying that Dante deserves the blame, as Dante, closed the store to play hockey, closed it again to go to the wake, and closed it yet again to try to hook up with his ex-girlfriend, cheating on his current one in the process.
The film was shot in black-and-white and roughly edited due to a very modest budget of ,575.
To acquire the funds for the film, Kevin Smith sold a large portion of his extensive comic book collection in 1993, maxed out eight to ten credit cards with ,000 limits, dipped into a portion of funds set aside for his college education and spent insurance money awarded for a car he and Jason Mewes lost in a flood.
Arriving at the store, he finds that the locks to the security shutters are jammed closed with chewing gum, so he hangs a sheet over them with a message written in shoe polish: "I ASSURE YOU; WE'RE OPEN." Dante's day is spent in the purgatory of serving a succession of customers while repeating the fact that he is "not even supposed to be here today".
Stressed with the demands of his job, Dante passes time in wide-ranging conversations with his best friend, Randal Graves.
Upon its theatrical release, the film grossed over million in theaters, launching Smith's career.
Dante Hicks, a 22-year-old retail clerk at the Quick Stop convenience store in Leonardo, New Jersey, is called into work on his day off by his boss to cover a few hours for another employee who is sick.
What happened inside the funeral home is not shown, but a subsequent conversation between the two reveals that Randal accidentally knocked over the casket by leaning on it. After she assures Dante that the engagement announcement was premature and arranged by her mother, the two trade banter and Dante becomes torn between her and Veronica.
who would later appear in Smith's subsequent films. Leonard Avenue in Leonardo, New Jersey) where Smith worked was the primary setting for the film.
He was only allowed to film in the store at night while it was closed (from p.m.
The film ends with Randal walking out of the store, popping back in briefly to toss Dante's sign at him stating, "You're closed!
" The MPAA originally gave Clerks an NC-17 rating, based purely on the film's explicit dialogue, as it contains no real violence, and no clearly depicted nudity.
He finally decides to take Caitlin on a date and goes home to change.