I wrote a piece on an independent film called Keith. The objective of the movie, I think, was to be careful how we treat someone because they could be on the “edge”. What I mean by “edge” is that there are plenty of good people out there who have bad things happen to them. The last thing they need is for someone to tease them, bully, them, or ignore their friendship. Elisabeth Harnois and Jesse McCartney did exceptionally well if I may say so. I rented it on Netflix and you should too.
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