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Marnie isn’t waiting for a permanent job offer from the place employing her as a temp. She quits because she doesn’t feel like doing it any more.
I knew I wanted to be a programmer back when I was in highschool, so I never went through a period of not having any plan. I’m not sure if my inability to relate to anything in the film makes my experience of it less enjoyable than yours.
Support the Girls was a much better movie, so I’m glad that Bujalski was able to grow as a filmmaker. However, I would just as soon skip over the amateurish stuff he made before he became capable of something good.