This is a coming-of-age story of friendship, parenting, growing up and finding yourself. A 17-year-old boy’s relationship with his parents is tested as he discovers teenage rebellion and fun in the company of a cool but troubled 19-year-old girl who shakes things up giving him the courage to be true to himself.
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