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Juvenile Delinquents
Juvenile Delinquents: New World Order

USA 2020
produced by
Neil Goss for Big Bull Productions
directed by Neil Goss
starring Phil Blevins, Corynn Treadwell, Cha-tah Ellem, Kaleal Cerafici, Silvia Dionicio, Moses Meads, Xavier Michael, John Living, Jay Amari, Marie Smalley, Isaiah Kareem Speight, Demitra Sealy, Amanda Greer, Sean Stolzen, Claire Hilton, Abdikadir Abshirow, James V. Rappa, Alfredo De Guzman, Joseph Anthony Davis, Andreas Pliatsikas
screenplay by Neil Goss, based on his novel, music by Adonis Tsilimparis, cinematography by Dominick Sivilli

review by
Mike Haberfelner

A septet of juvenile delinquents - Danny (Phil Blevins), Sarah (Corynn Treadwell), Nick (Cha-tah Ellem), Marko (Kaleal Cerafici), Lin (Silvia Dionicio), Ryker (Moses Meads) and Chris (Xavier Michael) -  from all walks of life but none with a major crime to their name, sneak out of their halfway houses one night to do justice to Sarah, who has been sexually abused by her foster dad Frank (Jay Amari). They just want to scare him and beat him up a bit, but the thing gets out of hands pretty quickly and Frank suddenly ends up dead. When Frank's wife Molly (Marie Smalley) finds out though what he did to Sarah, whom she loved like a real daughter, she promises to take the blame, claiming he has hit her and she has killed him in self defense.

Upon their release, the kids meet again - without Chris, who's under house arrest - to form their own gang, but not a gang in the traditional sense but a band of avengers who help those wronged by the justice system and punish those who escaped punishment. They soon have their first (paid) assignment as well, they are to get a full confession out of Toby (John Irving) regarding murdering his wife. But of course, Toby, who has pretty much evaded arrest, won't confess to a bunch of youngsters just like that, so means of torture have to be used - and that's when our motley crew of heroes is tested, maybe beyond breaking point, because not all of the group are really into physical violence, and to top it off, tensions mount between the gang's level-headed leader Danny and young hothead Nick. And who's to say the lot of them isn't just racing towards chaos head on ...


Sure, the approach to "justice" in this movie might seem somewhat archaic and even in favour of torture, but quite besides the fact that it portraits the perception of justice of a bunch of underage and disenfranchised kids, it's also not what the film's really about, it's much more about finding one's place in life and trying to do right even if everybody else has already branded you a delinquent - and that's what the film brings across really successfully, it makes the directionlessness of its young protagonists really palpable, and also their being in limbo between just being a kid and adulthood, thanks to a very sympathetic script, paired with a suitably subtle directorial effort and some strong performances to top it off. Worth a look for sure.


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