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High School Record (2005)

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Four exceptionally awkward 17-year-olds struggle through their senior year as moments of humiliation and triumph are caught on tape in a documentary shot by fellow classmates.

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Jennifer Clavin ...
Erin
Jessie Clavin ...
Amy
Susan Estrada ...
Herself
Nicholas Gitomer ...
Himself
Kim Humphreys ...
Herself
Maneesh Madahar ...
Tomes
Emilio Ramirez ...
Himself
Farrah Rocker ...
Swim Team coach
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Eddie
J. Mitchell Simon ...
Eddie's Father
Jim Smith ...
Cop
Dean Spunt ...
Caleb
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Ms. Farewell
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Sabrina
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Sabrina's Father
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HIGH SCHOOL RECORD follows four awkward 17-year-olds as they struggle through their senior year. Like most high school students, they ride a continual wave of embarrassment: crappy after-school jobs, attempted sex in the science room, tinfoil shorts, guitar-strumming hippie teachers and brushes with the law. The only difference is that their moments of humiliation are all caught on tape -- our gang of four are the subjects of a documentary shot by fellow classmates. Written by Debby Wolfinsohn

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Really, really bad
2 February 2005 | by (San Francisco) – See all my reviews

I saw this movie at Sundance 2005 and was stunned at how bad it was, although based on the catalog description I was excited to see it. Supposedly a "mockumentary" of two high school students making a documentary of high school life, it featured bad acting, bad directing, completely lack of engaging characters as written, and all-around is a total bust. I love good movies about high school, and this is not one of them. The characters are one-dimensional and self-consciously "cool" although they are supposed to be outcasts. You get the overall impression of a bunch of people sitting around making an on-purposely-bad movie to show their friends, yet somehow it got into Sundance. Mystifying.


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