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Gun control is a hot button issue in this country, and itâll probably be that way for the next hundred years without a clear resolution. And while Iâm glad Hollywood has for the most part been keeping a wide berth around films that center on school shootings, the upcoming teen dramaÂ Sins of Our YouthÂ is bound to get people uncomfortable in one way or another.Â DeadlineÂ reports it already has a full cast, including Lucas Till (X-Men: First Class), Joel Courtney (Super 8), and former Brat Packer Ally Sheedy, and will begin filming soon. So weâll know sooner rather than later just what kind of reaction the film will get.Â
Sins of Our YouthÂ will be directed by Gary Entin, based on a screenplay written by his twin brother Edmund Entin. (The duo worked on this yearâs comedyÂ Geography Club.) It is being produced by former Republican House Rep-turned-film producer Michael Huffington through his HuffingtonÂ Pictures. Beyond the previously mentioned stars, the cast will also include Mitchell Musso (Hannah Montana), Grant Harvey (The Neighbors), Bridger Zadina (Terri), as well as formerÂ X-FactorÂ contestant Dani Knights .Â
While the actual roles havenât been disclosed, the film will revolve around four teenage boys who change their lives for the worse when they accidentally kill another young boy while off shooting assault rifles. If they just went to the police and confessed their crimes, this wouldnât be a very interesting movie, so of course they resort to different tactics. Fearful that theyâll spend the rest of their lives in prison, or worse, the boys attempt to hide their crime, which only leads to more dangerous situations.Â
This isnât exactly the most original plot, as most murders in movies see some form of cover-up. But itâs actually a similar storyline to two of my all-time favorite films (because Iâm a mental masochist that way): David Gordon GreenâsÂ George WashingtonÂ from 2000, and Jacob Aaron Estesâ 2004 dramaÂ Mean Creek, both of which contained the highly depressing aftereffects of a childâs death. But by adding guns to the equation,Â Sins of Our YouthÂ hopefully wonât reflect the times too heavily.Â