A teenager who's new in town causes trouble when he dates a girl who has an abusive boyfriend.


Joseph Collins


Joseph Collins




Credited cast:
Joseph Collins Joseph Collins ... Tony Roberts
Tasha Brenner Tasha Brenner ... Maya Mitchell
Alexander Tompkins Alexander Tompkins ... Jimmy Hiller
Nathan MacLeod Nathan MacLeod ... Martin McClain
Derek Piasecki Derek Piasecki ... Rod Detlaff
Kris Pond Kris Pond ... Melanie Stefan
Brooke Collins Brooke Collins ... Molly Milligan
Joe Waldoch Joe Waldoch ... Ziggy Miller
Dustin Preston Dustin Preston ... Clarence Timm
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
John Collins John Collins ... George Roberts
Linda Collins Linda Collins ... Susan Roberts
Dakota Olson Dakota Olson ... Barry Anderson
Melinda Stefanski Melinda Stefanski ... Officer Sheila Wells


Tony Roberts moves from California to Wisconsin. When he attends his new school, he befriends Jimmy, a socially awkward kid who loves telling jokes. He also puts the moves on Maya, who is dating Martin, who abuses her. Tony starts dating Maya as he feels that Martin shouldn't be with her, seeing what he does to her. Eventually, Martin finds out about this and commences attack with his friends on Tony. Written by Joe C.

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Short | Action | Drama







Release Date:

8 September 2016 (USA) See more »

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PsychoMania Pictures See more »
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Did You Know?


Originally, Kris Pond was to play a friend of Maya's (named Brooke), who would appear in a scene where her and Maya are talking about Tony as they watch him pass them by on the first day. But the two had some conflicts between each other prior to the start of production, and her role was changed to one of Martin's sidekicks. See more »


References The Sandlot (1993) See more »


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Potential, but not nearly reached
13 July 2018 | by davidandrewochsSee all my reviews

This short film as they have put it is more of an incomplete documentary following a few characters. Poor camera work, poor audio and doesn't seem to have a distinct plot. Would love to see this redone again with better, more serious actors and directing it

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