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Adam (Evan Peters) has just wrapped up his last year in middle school, and is waiting out the summer before he enters high school. In tribute to his mother and sister who died in a car accident two years earlier, Adam hasn't cut his hair since the incident, while Adam's father (Chris Eigeman) prefers to blunt his own sorrows by drinking and withdrawing from the world. Given to angry outbursts, Adam finds he's better off turning to his grandmother (Louise Fletcher) or Father Dan (Kevin Sorbo), an open-minded priest who prefers talking to kids on the basketball court rather than in the church rectory. Over the summer, Adam makes friends with Johnny, but he also gains an enemy -- Jerry, an older student that is bend on cutting Adam's hair before he enters high school.
Excellent family film. Actors and story line tell a good story. My family and I really enjoyed it.Published 1 month ago by MGW
This is a moving story, beautifully conducted. The little boys loses his mom and sister, his dad loses his wife and daughter, his grandma loses two daughters... Read morePublished on November 2, 2011 by Mara Lucia Giangiardi
i bought this film because it was recommended under gay films. although i enjoyed the film for what it was, there were no gay characters in the film. Read morePublished on March 27, 2011 by xmasrock