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Depressing documentary, but in the end it makes one think about how circumstance can profoundly alter a person's life.
No matter what happens, it's good to know that people really do care about him, even though it he didn't find this out for many, many years.
With the exception of Stevie's half-sister, who has a happy marriage and eventually has a baby, most of the people are sad and angry.
Stevie is a man-child who never stood a chance. He was his mom and dad's pawn, and they created the type of dysfunction that leaves even the most glued individuals scarred for... Read morePublished 2 months ago by MsMisti
Great movie..really heart breaking and funny. And Tonya Gregory is really special. We love stevie - he was the smartest character in the whole film..Published 9 months ago by christopher miller-chapin
Stevie is one of those movies that makes you wonder how much of a responsibility do we have as a society to help troubled youth. Read morePublished 10 months ago by HUNTER13
Sad, sad story! Stevie never had a chance, and now it too late to change how he was raised. ThanksPublished 18 months ago by steve taft
Heartrending, brilliant. REALITY reality - Dostoevsky in the American sticks. In many ways, a more impressive achievement than "Hoop Dreams."Published 18 months ago by R Campbell
I don't know why this film was made. There are 100s of films about children who would have been better off being raised by wolves than their parents and I don't think that this... Read morePublished 23 months ago by JesseP
This documentary is about Steven Fielding, his life, the people who care about him and how he ends up in prison. The documentary is not easy viewing but is well worth a look. Read morePublished on December 19, 2012 by srh2767
Stevie is a very contraversal DVD..a lot of people may find it a bit confronting but it is such a natural doco & such an honest moviePublished on September 19, 2012 by Colleen