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Stevie (2002)
Starring: Steve James, Stephen Fielding, Tonya Gregory, Bernice Hagler, Verna Hagler
Director: Steve James
Category: Drama, Documentary
Studio: Lion's Gate
145 mins



"Magical!" -Chris Vognar, Dallas Morning News

In 1995, Director Steve James (Hoop Dreams) returned to rural Southern Illinois to reconnect with Stevie Fielding, a troubled young boy he had been an Advocate Big Brother to ten years earlier. He began a film to discover the forces that had shaped Stevie's entire life. Part way through the filming, Stevie is arrested and charged with a serious crime that tears his family apart. What was to be a modest profile turns into an intimate four and a half year chronicle of Stevie, his broken family, the criminal justice system and the filmmaker himself, as they all struggle with what Stevie has done and who he has become.


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