2000, NR, 93 min. Directed by Kat Candler. Starring Brandon Howe, Lindsay Broockman, Bryan Chafin, Paul Conrad, Don Cass.

REVIEWED By Marjorie Baumgarten, Thu., March 1, 2001

This locally made digital feature about the pain of the teenage years has won numerous awards, including the Audience Award at the 2000 Austin Film Festival. It will screen as a fundraiser for future T.W.I.S.T. programs. The organization is dedicated to promoting science and math education and career planning for girls and women. For more on T.W.I.S.T. see or

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