Squeeze
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A real-life inner city Boston youth shelter yielded the plot, characters, actors, and director of this urban drama about three ghetto youths trying to make something better of their lives while surviving on the streets. Tyson (Tyrone Burton), Hector (Eddie Cutanda), and Bao (Phuong Duong) are a trio of 14-year-old friends attempting to figure out which direction they'll go in life. As they work at a legitimate job sweeping up at a gas station and attending a youth center with the facility's adult leader J.J. (Geoffrey Rhue), they also run drugs for the local gangsters that mock and… More

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"This low-budget indie adds an honorbale panel to a growing body of films (Boyz N the Hood, Meance II Society) on young men facing pressures in the inner city, with the new angle that the clique is multi-ethnic rather than black."
‑ Emanuel Levy, EmanuelLevy.Com
"Centers around the difficult coming-of-age of three poor youth on the dangerous streets of Boston."
‑ Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat, Spirituality and Practice
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