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Put the Camera on Me (2003)

Before he went on to direct Jawbreaker (1999) Sparkler (1997) Darren Stein grew up making videos. Along with his friend 'Adam Shell' and the other neighborhood kids these young film makers ... See full summary »

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Marc Entous ...
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Justin Satinover ...
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Adam Shell ...
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Evan Stein ...
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Lisa Weiner ...
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Allen Williams ...
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Barbara Satinover ...
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Ellen Shell ...
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Elaine Stein ...
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Ron Stein ...
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Robert Weiner ...
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Roz Weiner ...
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Hillary Dell ...
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Before he went on to direct Jawbreaker (1999) Sparkler (1997) Darren Stein grew up making videos. Along with his friend 'Adam Shell' and the other neighborhood kids these young film makers touched on such adult subjects as jealousy, cruelty, and sexuality. Written by Havan_IronOak@Bigfoot.com

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Stunning, Lively, and unpretentiously controversial
19 April 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

OK - you want to test somebody on how comfortable they are with their adolescence and the embarrassing and maniacal changes therin - then get their immediate reaction from watching this uproarious doc about kids making socially relevant horror flicks in the suburban 80's. More than any movie I has ever seen, the film deals with burdening sexuality and ego in a way that is completely human, never dull, and flushed in the kind of inherent goodness of youth that is discolored by the fear-frenzied adult world where any quirk in youth is accredited to anything from insanity to perversion. Mini-mogul Darren Stien seems to be reaching for a deeper understanding of his triumphs and misgivings as the patriarch of strict kid's world. What he finds in himself and others isn't always pretty - but shows how one can improve and reconcile with age. What does change mean without reflection. I love this movie.


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