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Tracey is hassled at school, dismissed as an "it" for being flat-chested, and treated as invisible by her parents and even her therapist. Only when something dire happens may have been her responsibility does the rest of the world turn its judgmental focus on her. Tracey begins a quest to leave her old life behind and try to redeem herself--find and honor who she really is--in the process. And the film somewhat brutally takes the reader along for the ride. "How do you know what's real and not real when the whole world is inside your head?" Tracey muses on one of the buses she takes into the night. It's as perfect, and painful, a depiction of adolescence as any film in recent memory. --A.T. Hurley
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Great psychological drama that makes you have to piece together what's actually going on. The final twist is a bit shocking.Published 7 months ago by Crystal R.
Another reason not to believe other reviewers! Sorry, I thought this was so much garbage. Ellen Page - I hope they paid you enough to make this film. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Sara Williams