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Brings to life the diaries of young people who witnessed first-hand the horrors of the Holocaust. Through an emotional montage of archival footage, personal photos, and text from the ... See full summary »
The thing with Breaker High is that you can talk to many people (or more accurately, girls) in my age group and the majority of them will be able to tell you what they adored about the show. Being one of these girls, I literally grew up for the three years that this show ran, and was incredibly saddened by its departure. We could despise Cassidy (who we liked to say was far too thin), think that Tamira was positively adorable... Be in "love" with Max... and have a secret longing for Sean. (better recognized as Ryan Gosling). This show was funny, different than what we were used to, and really just rather addicting. One thing is... Why are there no DVDs?? Now THAT would be absolutely amazing.
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