An alternate look at the 1999 Columbine High School Massacre, imagining that the killers were a male and female couple as opposed to two male friends. The film is a character piece that concentrates on the mindsets of the killers on the morning of the shooting, rather than on the shooting itself, and blends fact and fiction to create a subjective look at school shooters. Written by
"It'll never happen to my kids." And then it does.
Did You Know?
The significance of David crossing a name off the list refers to an event just before the shooting when Eric came across an old friend, Brooks Brown, and said to him: "Brooks, I like you now. Get out of here. Go home." There was originally going to be a scene highlighting this where David encounters John Carfield, but it was never filmed. See more