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Gianni Ianiero ...
Little Nicky
Leidy Valencia ...
Gwen
Zeke Forester ...
Axel
Sam Marshall ...
Johnny Bluemore
Wynnel Wilson ...
Angel
Talia Gerardi ...
Brianna
Khari O'Connor ...
Bruce Haas ...
Principal Waddle
Dan Yorke ...
Ted
Terry Radican ...
Ma
Tommy Campagnone ...
Pauly Peppers
Charlie Plante ...
Gilbert
Chris Maino ...
Candy
Wynston Wilson ...
Cleavon
Cleo O'Connor ...
Angela
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When a note threatens to blow up Hope High School, the FBI sends in ite best agent...well, an agent. Spacey Sam Brindle arrives to launch an FBI pilot program, gathering a cross-section of the student body to ferret out the culprit. Buth when the seven kids meet, sparks fly. Sam warns that if they don't work together they'll go to the "big house." So, the kids reluctanly launch a semi-professional investigation...that leads nowhere. But thenm when tragedy strikes and one of them is killed, the evidence leads Sam to think the unthinkable...that the bomber is actually one of them. With the kid's help, he puts together the clues, and comes up with a suspect. But does he have the right kid? Written by Caspian1978@hotmail.com

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The first education video from Scene Teens
19 November 2003 | by (Boston, MA) – See all my reviews

Scene Teens is a Not-for-Profit 501 C3 based in Rhode Island that produces feature length videos dealing with issues of today's youth. The majority of actors used in her productions are not made up of actors but real teenagers.

Hope High was shot on weekends and weekdays after school with local students ranging from public high schools to local tech and trade schools. Shot on mini-dv and edited on the AVID editing system, Hope High was produced with an independent budget with a volunteer crew.


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