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Sundance Review: Documentary 'The Bad Kids' From 'Lost In Mancha' Directors Keith Fulton And Lou Pepe

24 January 2016 8:36 AM, PST | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

“What do you want out of life?” a probation officer asks the teenage Joey in the opening moments of “The Bad Kids.” It’s the kind of question that Joey, and the other Californian teens profiled in the the new documentary from directors Keith Fulton and Lou Pepe (the team behind “Lost In La Mancha”), have likely never considered. Coming from backgrounds of domestic instability, teenage pregnancy, homelessness, substance abuse, and more, for many, their lives are about survival, and the future comes one day at a time. However, Black Rock High School in the Mojave Desert offers an alternative to the regular school system where these kinds of kids are left to falter, often dropping out. Read More: Check Out All Of Our 2016 Sundance Film Festival Coverage Taking us into the lives of these kids and halls of the school, “The Bad Kids” has a simple purpose — to show »

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