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Canada 2015
produced by
Ryan Jamison, Scott Bernard, Conner Dwelly, Josh Tevlin, Trevor Adolf for RyJamCinema
directed by Ryan Jamison
starring Scott Bernard, Conner Dwelly, Josh Tevlin, Trevor Adolf, Jack Arthur, Emma Jean Forth, Matt Hanzek, Josh Goodman, Jonah Rook, Shealyn Tait, Brooke Stephens, Darcy Grant
written by Ryan Jamison


review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Emily (Conner Dwelly) is the girlfriend of Jack (Matt Hanzek), one of the "popular guys" among her peers ... but she's slowly starting to see the relationship gets her nowhere, and Jack lacks the depth she is longing for, as do all of the girls she hangs out with.

Arthur (Scott Bernard) is the school's "weirdo", he's a loner, doesn't try to be popular, runs around with his camera taking pictures most of the time, and is the target of ridicule. He's secretly in love with Emily, but doubts she has even noticed him ... until she chats him up and they have the best of times together. For a time there, Arthur is in seventh heaven - but then Emily fails to admit to their friendship towards her shallow girlfriend, effectively crushing him ...

Drew (Trevor Adolf) is popular among his peers ... but he's also a bully and troublemaker, and he has the talent of dragging down others with him.

Franklin (Josh Tevlin) is one of Drew's best friends, in his inner circle in a way, which has its advantages ... but then Drew wants for them to break into the school, and since Franklin's dad (Darcy Grant) is a teacher, Franklin's supposed to "borrow" his dad's school keys. Franklin doesn't like it one bit, but he gives in to peer pressure - and this can only lead to trouble ...


A rather compelling featurette about peer pressure, written and directed by a guy who's hardly any older than the characters in the movie - and it shows, in the best possible way: The story, if far-fetched in places, has a "real" feel to it, the characters seem genuine, high school life is portrayed in a very authentic way. And the very fact that the film does not offer simple solutions to complex problems does show how much thought went into this.

In all, a rather mature effort by a rather young director, and a well-made and entertaining one, too!


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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