Reviewed by Verbalkint
on 19/07/2016 13:04

I think this is a well-thought of kind of film because it has addressed problems of today's teens and are not treated lightly -- mental illness, sexual abuse, drugs and alcohol. The film has also demonstrated the life of an alienated high school student, which is what usually is the scenery on high school. But it really is true that there will always be people who can and will accept you no matter what you are and who you are. That you don't have the obligation to conform with the society -- that it's okay not to be okay. I love everything about this movie, their dialogues, casts, and cinematography. It was well directed. Great job!