In the wake of the #MeToo movement and victims of sexual assault coming forward with their stories, Ringwald said she believes “there is still a lot of good in the films and there’s a lot that I’m proud of.”

“And I feel like in a lot of ways they’ve touched teenagers and sparked a conversation that is important,” Ringwald said. “And having a teenage daughter myself, I know that it’s not always easy to get teenagers to talk. But these films sort of breakthrough that.”

Of The Breakfast Club, another Hughes-directed classic she starred in, Ringwald said the film gives teenagers “permission to talk about their feelings — [it] says that teenagers’ feeling really matter. And I think that’s a really powerful message and for that reason I really love it.”

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