Directed by: Rafal Zielinski
Starring: Renee Humphrey, Alicia Witt, William R. Moses, Leslie Hope, Ania Suli
Synopsis: A pair of teenage girls talk to a counsellor and a magazine writer about their friendship and how they ended up in a juvenile detention centre.
Most of the movie was in black and white with only the flashbacks in colour. The acting was very good, the story was strange but compelling, and I liked the contrast between the two girls, even though Witt's character was irritating. It was interesting but not something I'd watch again.
I believe this movie was at least inspired by the story of Cindy Collier and Shirley Wolf but I haven't really found anything to back me up.