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SHORT TERM 12 is told through the eyes of Grace (Brie Larson, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, 21 Jump Street), a twenty-something supervisor at a group home for troubled teens. She s passionate, tough and in love with her long-term boyfriend and co-worker, Mason (John Gallagher Jr., The Newsroom). But Grace s difficult past, her fierce independence and the arrival of a distraught new girl at the facility create complications that push Grace and Mason to the brink. In this unique love story the couple comes to embrace a surprising future together, discovering truth and humor in unexpected places.
OVER 60 MINUTES OF BONUS FEATURES INCLUDE: Deleted Scenes; Behind-the-Scenes Featurette; Making the Music Featurette; Cast and Crew Screening Featuring The Shivers; SHORT TERM 12: The Original Short Film; Trailers, Teasers and Outreach Partners
NUANCED, RAW AND COMPELLING…offers inspiration and redemption, alongwith grittiness, intimacy and unexpected humor. --USA Today
A DELICATE INTENSITY OF FEELING… a terrific, completely persuasive Brie Larson… --The New York Times
GRADE A: A drama of astonshing emotional purity. --Entertainment Weekly
Had been on my streaming list forever. Finally queued it up. What a beautiful move with spectacular acting. Moving without being saccharine. Highly recommended.Published 1 month ago by Kelly L. Livesay
I am anxious to tell the school psychologist and guidance counselor at my school about this movie. It is one of those rare movies that make you a better person for having viewed... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Susaninacloud
This is the fifth review I am writing. So far I've gotten mixed reviews on my reviews. For me, three stars is a good movie, four stars is a movie I am definitely saying "go... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Robert Heywood
Just watched this movie on netflix and I came here to buy it.
This movie is pure, raw real life. Read more
A solid if somewhat sentimental movie. One of the only ones I have seen that shows accurately what it is like to work with 'at risk' young people.Published 4 months ago by Nathan Schauer