Trash (No Fear) (Nobody's Children) (1999)
Filmmaker Mark Anthony Galluzzo debuts with this gritty account of two poor boys in rural Florida whose lives are irreparably changed after witnessing a friend's thoughtless hunting death. For Sunny (Jeremy Sisto), life becomes meaningless, and he decides to take as much as he can from the world. The trauma causes Anthony (Eric Michael Cole), who has won a couple of high school writing awards, to re-evaluate his life and his future. Though his grades and his relationship with the middle class C.J. (Jaime Pressly) indicate that the future is bright, Anthony is painfully aware that he does not deserve his good fortune. Trash was screened at the 1999 Boston Film Festival. … More
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