The 1999 Fledgling Films Summer Institute produced this entertaining collection of ten short films all written, acted, and directed by Vermont teenagers. The stories examine serious topics, from hunting and religion to writer’s block and plastic surgery. They also tell the story of a paranoid bus driver, a bizarre therapy session and a romantic couple’s hilarious restaurant encounter with an interloper named Randee. This collection also includes a documentary about teen homelessness in Vermont. A lasting tribute to the creative energy of young people.