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I walk home. I'm all scratched up, I got blood all over my face. I'm crying my eyes out. Anyway, my mother see's me. She runs in screaming, "What happened, who did thisa to you?" So I tell her Stevie Bellow jumped me from behind in the schoolyard while his pals stood there and made sure no one broke it up. So, take a guess what my mom does? She takes me back to the school yard. She finds Stevie, she tells him we're gonna fight again this time it's gonna be a fair fight.
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This is the real thing -- tense, provocative, impossible to predict. Tony Piccirillo's script makes some cutting insights about personal responsibility without ever becoming obvious or preachy. As great as the material is on its own, it takes a couple of powerhouse actors to sustain tension and interest throughout what is essentially a ninety-minute two-man show, and James Marsden and Scott Speedman are more than up to the task. Their level of commitment is astonishing: both actors inhabit their roles so thoroughly that it was a jolt to leave the theater and re-enter the real world. There's almost a tangible sense of pleasure that comes from watching performances this great. Seek out this movie -- find it in a theater, rent it when it becomes available -- because it's worth it, and because films like this need to be encouraged and rewarded.
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