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Leah Stone almost 6 years ago
Good, original and quotable. I like it, though at times could fall a bit short.
Rosa Rodríguez over 6 years ago
different from what I expected, beautiful film.
nina um 1 year ago
David Myers almost 6 years ago
Bianca Diaz almost 6 years ago
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Colleen Lohner over 6 years ago
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Baz Cunningham over 6 years ago
Benjamin Fidler over 6 years ago
That's What I Am is a drama film starring Ed Harris and Chase Ellison. The film is directed by Michael Pavone. Its release date was April 29, 2011 in limited release, having been released on DVD about four weeks later. Set in California against the backdrop of the mid-sixties, That's What I Am is a coming-of-age story that follows 12-year-old Andy Nichol (Chase Ellison), a bright student who, like most kids his age, will do anything to avoid conflict for fear of suffering overwhelming ridicule and punishment from his junior high school peers. Everyone's favorite teacher, Mr. Simon (Ed Harris), pairs Andy with the school's biggest outcast and social pariah, Stanley aka "Big G" (Alexander Walters), on a critical school project. Sporting thick orange hair, a head too big for his body and ears too big for his head, "Big G" has been the object of ridicule since grade school. Before long, Andy will learn that there was truly a method behind Mr. Simon's madness as to why he teamed these two...
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