St. Elmo's Fire
St. Elmo's Fire is a 1985 American coming-of-age film co-written and directed by Joel Schumacher and starring Emilio Estevez, Rob Lowe, Andrew McCarthy, Demi Moore, Judd Nelson, Ally Sheedy, and Mare Winningham. It centers on a clique of recent graduates of Washington, D.C.'s Georgetown University, and their adjustment to post-university life and the responsibilities of adulthood. The film is a prominent movie of the Brat Pack genre. It was panned by the critics but was a box office hit grossing $37.8 million on a $10 million budget.
Recent Georgetown University graduates Alec (Judd Nelson), his girlfriend, Leslie (Ally Sheedy), Kevin (Andrew McCarthy), Jules (Demi Moore), and Kirby (Emilio Estevez) are waiting to hear about the conditions of their friends, Wendy (Mare Winningham), a sweet-natured girl devoted to helping others, and Billy (Rob Lowe), a former fraternity boy and now reluctant husband and father, after a minor car accident caused by Billy's drinking. At the hospital, Kirby spots a medical student named Dale (Andie MacDowell), with whom he has been infatuated since college.
|award||Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Supporting Actor|
|keywords||bus station car accident clothe credit card drink engage fired from the job freeze to death gas station georgetown university girdle help houlihan\'s hypothermia jewish boy love make up married medical student morning move new york city ski lodge take advantage trap virgin wait win|
|nomination||Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Supporting Actor|
|producer||Lauren Shuler Donner|
|theme||coming-of-age romantic drama|