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Directing and screenplay deserve an oscar...acting on the part of Casey, not so good. This is not your 'feel good' movie, but then real life dramas regarding child abuse, drug use, pedifiles, child molesters, and social injustice never are. Ben's directing took the viewer to the Boston streets, made them see what is going on there, and then introduced the innocence of a child thrown into it all. With everyone leaving the theater asking, "What would you do?", the only unbelieveable part was that Casey's love interest put their relationship on the line over the same question. Definitely a good art film with moral overtones worth addressing.
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