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Give this movie its justice and credit it deserves
This is an intense dramatic look at the life of today's youth in a society that has blurred the lines of poor and rich youth resulting in equal feelings of angst, anger, fear and desire regardless of class.
Excellent soundtrack. The original comment on this site does this movie no justice artistically. There is a reason it was nominated for an award, because it is an interesting movie that should make you think.
Being a fan of creative movies that break away from the norm, I support Berra's efforts to portray the youth he has encountered.
I have seen the movie only 1 time because i have yet to find a way to purchase or download.
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