The John Hughes classic The Breakfast Club takes place on March 24, 1984, a Saturday. Inside the library of the fictional school is a replica of Henry Moore’s Large Standing Figure: Knife Edge.
Earlier this week, the Little Rock City Board of Directors voted to accept the sculpture from the Metrocentre Improvement District in exchange for land. The sculpture (which arrived in Little Rock in 1978) will be moved eventually to MacArthur Park to be placed at the entrance of the Arkansas Arts Center once renovations are complete in 2022.
MacArthur Park will mark the third location for the sculpture in Little Rock. From 1978 to 1999, it stood at the intersection of Main and Capitol Streets as part of the Metrocentre Mall, a pedestrian development. In anticipation of the last remaining portions of that project were reopened to vehicular traffic, it was moved to Capitol and Louisiana.
It was not, contrary to what some on the internet may claim, loaned out for the filming of the movie. The one in The Breakfast Club is either another striking of the sculpture or, more likely, a Papier–mâché (or some other material) reproduction.