a stop near the athletic field.
McAllister hadn't meddled the way he
did. He should have just accepted
interfere with destiny. You see, you
can't interfere with destiny. That's
why it's destiny. And if you try to
interfere, the same thing's going to
happen anyway, and you'll just suffer.
glances past the fence at --
THE PARKING LOT:
junior, and her MOTHER get out.
INT. BOYS' LOCKER ROOMDAY
AT THE MIRROR:
INT. MILLARD HALLDAY
AT THE REFRIGERATOR
and rolls on the floor.
Good morning, Mr. McAllister.
Not wasting any time, are you, Tracy?
You know what they say about the early
Yes, I do.
Well, good luck there, Tracy
Thanks, Mr. M.
No matter what he says, Mr. McAllister
had it out for me from the start. Oh
sure, he was all smiles and good wishes
and everything, but underneath he was
Synopsis: Election is a 1999 American black comedy-drama film directed and written by Alexander Payne and adapted by him and Jim Taylor from Tom Perrotta's 1998 novel of the same title. The plot revolves around a high school election and satirizes both suburban high school life and politics. The film stars Matthew Broderick as Jim McAllister, a popular high school social studies teacher in suburban Omaha, Nebraska, and Reese Witherspoon as Tracy Flick, around the time of the school's student body election. When Tracy qualifies to run for class president, McAllister believes she does not deserve the title and tries his best to stop her from winning.