Two high school outcasts (Barret, the new kid in school, and Ryan, a self-confessed misanthrope with a violent past) form an obsessive friendship which spirals out of control and ends in murder.Written by
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In addition to his credited role of Dennis Pepper, Jason Lee also plays one of the vagrants that bother the main characters after they are kicked off the train. Lee plays the minor role with a baseball hat pulled over his face so as to obscure his identity and not confuse the audience that he is not the same character. See more »
[All goofs for this title are spoilers.]
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We came here to start over. A new life. In a better place. We should have stayed behind.
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Three flashback scenes were reinserted into the film for the DVD release, but were deleted from festival prints. See more »
For What It's Worth
Written by Michael Ferentino
Performed by the Stereo Mother-Fuckers
Produced and Recorded by Michael Ferentino and Andres Karu
Copyright 2000 Michael Ferentino (ASCAP) See more »
I was flipping through the channels and came across IFC (the independent film channel). I see a film playing that for some reason catches my fancy, so I decided to watch it. I'm very glad that my decision was so. That film was A BETTER PLACE. A very moving film, which lets you empathize for the two main characters, each in their own way. Note-worthy direction, acting that is up to par with standard indy flick normality, and dialogue that I can only compare to a dramatized version of KEVIN SMITH's work. Over all, I really enjoyed this flick, and would recommend it to just about anyone I felt was mature enough to handle the adult themes.
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