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The Standard (2006)

The standard is a coming of age drama, going over the life of teenagers in high school, showing the hardships they may face and the choices they make while growing up.

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Credited cast:
... Dylan
... Gina
... Ryan
... Eric
Bobby Brewer ... Faison
Paul Benz ... Zac
... Mr. Jones
... Dylan's Father
... Mr. Cramer
... Principal Watson
... Chaz
... Tina (as Lindsay Huff)
Nathan Vetterlein ... Jeremy
... Victim
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Slade Barnett ... Chris Miller
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The standard is a coming of age drama, going over the life of teenagers in high school, showing the hardships they may face and the choices they make while growing up.

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Soon... everything will change

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Although shot on 35mm, the movie was edited using Apple's Final Cut Pro system. See more »

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Remake of The Standard v.15 (2004) See more »

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Realistically High School
24 May 2006 | by See all my reviews

Although I did not personally like some of the characters, and their view points, i felt that this movie was an excellent portrayal of high school. It was so realistic, that i did not fully appreciate all aspects of the movie until the conclusion. I wanted more from the characters until the end, at which point i appreciated their simplicity. It's intensity captured me and made waiting worth it. I am incredibly impressed at the fact that Jordan Albertsen is only 22. He answered questions after we viewed the movie, and I respected him more and more after each answer. I am excited to see what more he has to offer us.


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