Hannah Kingsley gives a graduation speech about being true to yourself and doing what you love to do after understanding the changes that her mother underwent upon reuniting with her friend, Suzette. Hannah is played by Erika Christensen in the comedy film, The Banger Sisters.
RAYMOND: Come on, come on. Suzette, you too. Come on, come on.
LAVINIA: Come on, come on.
RAYMOND: Put your shoes on, honey. Wait - where are you going? come on, come on. You got it? Good. How about the other one? You look great.
HANNAH: I hate feeling fake more than anything in the world. You wouldn't believe what people tell you; "you've gotta get into college, you've gotta figure out what you wanna do, you've gotta make money" and we're going... my God, I feel like I'm still a kid practically, but your teachers and your parents and everybody's got everything planned out for you with high expectations. But what if it has nothing to do with you? You lose track of yourself, and that's fake! We're going into the future and I only have little clues as to what might be out there... sometimes I'm scared to death, and sometimes I'm really excited, and I just wish that for everybody in my class... no for everybody, that whatever you do, you do it true, even if you mess up... even if you fail. I'd rather fail doing my own thing, doing what I wanna do than doing that doing what someone else wants me to do and succeeding. I'd rather be fighting with my family than pretending it's all okay. To the graduating class of 2002, GO! Go into the world and do it true. Do it true!