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Fast Times at Ridgemont High is a American teen coming-of-age comedy film directed by Amy Heckerling and written by Cameron Crowe , adapted from his book of the same title. The film was the directorial debut of Amy Heckerling and chronicles a school year in the lives of sophomores Stacy Hamilton Jennifer Jason Leigh and Mark Ratner Brian Backer , and their respective older friends Linda Barrett Phoebe Cates and Mike Damone Robert Romanus , both of whom believe themselves wiser in the ways of romance than their younger counterparts. The ensemble cast of characters form two subplots with Jeff Spicoli Sean Penn , a perpetually stoned surfer , facing off against uptight history teacher Mr. Hand Ray Walston , and Stacy's older brother, Brad Judge Reinhold , a senior who works at a series of entry-level jobs in order to pay off his car and ponders ending his two-year relationship with his girlfriend, Lisa Amanda Wyss. In , the film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".