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Ryan Kazinski, 16, is in juvenile detention in Fort Myers, Florida. He gets away one day, and the world is all before him: where should he go, what should he do? Should he try to find his ... See full summary »

Director:

Julian Goldberger

Writers:

Julian Goldberger (story), Michael A. Robinson (story) | 2 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Lynn Boyd Lynn Boyd ... Kwanzaa Woman
Jon Daugherty Jon Daugherty
Ryan Daugherty Ryan Daugherty ... Ryan Kazinski
Stephanie Davis Stephanie Davis ... Boston Cream Girl
Edge ... Bus Station Manager (as Edge Edgerton)
Michael Gulnac Michael Gulnac
Justin Lakes Justin Lakes
Glenn Papp Glenn Papp ... Downtown Kid
Jeremiah Robinson Jeremiah Robinson
Elijah Smith Elijah Smith
Trevor Thomas Trevor Thomas
Charles Walker Charles Walker
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Ryan Kazinski, 16, is in juvenile detention in Fort Myers, Florida. He gets away one day, and the world is all before him: where should he go, what should he do? Should he try to find his mom? Should he head for Colorado, where he's daydreamed about life in the woods. He has a younger brother, so under cover of night, Ryan visits him. At night, Ryan is on the streets where there are other youth at loose ends, including one who wants Ryan to help with a burglary. The police are looking for him as well. Where might a 16-year-old of limited experience, with no money, imagine he could be safe? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Anywhere is better than here

Genres:

Crime | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 January 2000 (USA) See more »

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Opening Weekend USA:

$3,012, 9 January 2000, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$9,623, 30 April 2000
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The man at the desk as Ryan looks in a window during the street musician / parking meter scene is played by director, Julian Goldberger. See more »

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Performed by Lonnie Liston Smith and The Cosmic Echoes
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Good movie with a Indie feel
10 June 2003 | by forecastmazySee all my reviews

This is a very good and honest movie. You feel how this kid felt, and I especially relate because I used to just walk around as a kid (but obviously not as a convict or something.) You really feel for the main character in this movie, it has its own feel to it, very real. Very honest. Its not so much a movie as an experience, like a doc. film but real. Its certainly worth the watch. I saw it and it grabbed me enough to stay there, watch it and forget what I was doing. Any film that can do that has achieved it's goal in bringing you into the realm of cinema and is worth the watch.


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