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After the death of his father, Barrett (Robert DiPatri) moves from California to the East. On his first day at his new high school, the shy teen becomes the immediate target of bullies. Troubled loner Ryan (Eion Bailey) quickly comes to his aid, and a friendship blossoms between the two. As Barret gets to know his knew friend, however, it becomes clear that Ryan harbors a bitterness which may have the potential to turn violent. A BETTER PLACE was produced by Kevin Smith and features appearances by several actors who routinely appear in his View Askew films, including Jason Lee and Ethan Suplee.
This was a very grim and intense movie. But still I really enjoyed it. It's a story about teen alienation and trouble. The story was great and the acting was pretty good. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Daniel
A very powerful film that has things to say about youth, rage and violence. This is the best movie Kevin Smith has produced that he did not write or direct. Read morePublished 7 months ago by A. Thomas
As a teen, visiting with your family with a bunch of Fangoria magazines under your arm. You were meant to do this work. Keep it up, great job.
Kenny in Florida
This is a roller coaster ride of twisted teen angst in the 90's. A great Indie film with a lot of really good performances.Published on May 10, 2013 by rdhempton3
It's a little rough around the edges, as any independent film is, but it is truly a work of art. I first saw this film about ten years ago on IFC, and it really stuck with me. Read morePublished on July 16, 2011 by Timothy
It was a chore to watch the first thirty minutes of this movie. Then I sat through quite a few scenes where the characters are the kind of jerks that I wanted to get out of my... Read morePublished on February 22, 2011 by The grumpy consumer
I would have liked seeing a few more dollars thrown at this film. Some stories are LARGER than a low-budget film will adequately handle, but not for the talent. Read morePublished on December 26, 2009 by Kenneth A. Nelson
Well, you know you're in for a low-budget movie experience when one of the opening credits reads "Camera: Ian Dudley" (as it does in this movie). Read morePublished on March 25, 2007 by Connoisseur Rat
This movie could have easily been written off as just another "feel bad for teens" flick, though I believe since only a small portion of the film takes place within school... Read morePublished on October 25, 2006 by Bryan M. MCNEELY