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I loved the movie. I related to it very much. It bothers me that information on then whereabouts of Brian Vaughan are so hard to find. If anyone has any input, lemme know. I really liked how the age group was & how it showed the families. It shows how kids REALLY can be, i'm 17, 18 on the 11th & that movie wasnt far from the truth at all. I didnt really like the ending, but it was understood. He was born into a life of crime & continued it. It also shows how young girls will do just about anything, risk everything for someone they feel strongly for, Crazynes. i Love it, I truly did.
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