Reviewed by sharonmae
on 02/03/2016 01:08

As easy to presume that the abuse and oppression experienced by the young man  was acceptable, being part of his  rite-of-passage,  the scenarios presented still seem to delve at an unusual angle.  The ending wasn't what I expected either,  a sort of resolution perhaps,  but in all its vagueness,  this film conveyed  the perils of  bullying  and peer pressure.  While the lad vindicated himself towards the end, his crying and sobbing was, for me, a sign of surrender and condescension.