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Packing Suburbia, A (2002)
Rating:
Starring: Robert Alexander, Thomas Brandise, Molly Castelloe, Aesha Waks
Director: Stephen J. Szklarski
Category: Drama, Independent
Studio: Spectrum
Subtitles:
[None]
Length:
90 mins

 
 

 

James Maxwell and his mother are forced to move into a poor suburban neighborhood on Long Island after an ugly divorce.Overwhelmed by the new world that he encounters, James clashed with a local gang but finds solace in Celeste.James' newfound peace is shattered when he refuses to join the local gang lad by Iris and in retaliation, they murder Celeste.Filled with rage, James takes a handgun and learns how to use it from the internet.Now with the proper tools, James can exact his vengeance.A Packing Suburbia show us the coming of age of a teenage youth, fueled by hate and aided by technology.