This is a story for every young person to learn that the important thing in life is to maintain yourself and your own definition of happiness, even if the road to that is a bit more lackluster than initially perceived. The Cinematography is perfect for maintaining a late 80’s to early 90’s vibe, in light of its 21st Century induction, which adds an element of nostalgia to the overall feature. Personally, this movie inspired me to live a more fulfilling life. Living in a congested urban area had driven me to believe having enough money was the most important aspect of sustaining life. After watching John D. Gavin's film, I personally feel the biggest message is to go after what you want with full intentions. Overall this film is great. The writing is solid, soundtrack is fitting, and the story is highly relate-able. Personally I am considering this film a classic for reasons such as; its replay-ability, the nature of the soundtrack, its nostalgic vibe, the fluidity from scene to scene and the consistently fitting actor portrayals. I highly recommend watching this film, then watching it again.