She represents a typical Asian stereotype student who gets A's or better and dreams of good colleges. Connie's name is based off of her father's because he originally wanted a son.He even refers to her as "Kahn Jr.", and so does her mother (in Aisle 8A).She is heavily pressured by her parents to get incredibly high grades.Even as her parents gave in to all of the pressure to have her life devoted to education, Connie was able to maintain her grades.Her hesitant use of the English language don't hurt her mystique, of course.It also comes in rather handy when avoiding tricky questions; a quick furrow of the brow, and a puzzled, tentative, "I do not understand," works a charm.A few notable examples include Last Tango in Paris, In the Realm of the Senses, Betty Blue, Henry and June, Crash, The Lover, Lovers, The Hairdresser's Husband, Breaking the Waves, The Piano, Matador, and The Pillow Book.Domestically, the abandonment of the Hayes Code in the late ‘60s offered American filmmakers chances to maturely explore eroticism for the first time.
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Joseph begins to show interest in her through the series as well, though it seems as though Connie has little interest in him after she falls for Bobby.
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