David is the new kid at Central High. The only person he knows is Mark, who runs with the local toughs led by Bruce. Mark and David share a bond from years before when David came to Mark's aid when Mark was being beaten by school bullies. David keeps his distance, preferring not to join the "club." He tries to convince the other students not to be pushed around, and intervenes once too often on their behalf. When he directly becomes a victim of Bruce's gang, David orchestrates a plan that causes an attrition problem among the members of the clique. Mark worries for his safety, even though he and David were once friends. Written by
Ed Sutton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
You'd better get those kids the hell out of there!
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Did You Know?
The green jeep that Derrel Maury's character drove in the film was actually his vehicle. It was previously owned by his older brother, Chris, and handed down to Derrel who drove it in the film. See more
When the van is parked atop the hill, above the beach, a huge boom mic is clearly visible above See more
[Theresa is talking to her boyfriend Mark about his best friend David
He's a good friend of yours, Mark. The best. There's a moment before the accident that we were on the beach, talking and feeling close. We went skinny-dipping. I wanted to make love and I think he did too. But he wouldn't, because of you.
Music by Tommy Leonetti
Lyrics by Jill Williams See more