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Gods of Youth

  • 92 mins
  • 84%
  • 17+
  • Canada FlagCACanada
  • 2011
  • Dramas

Terry King (James Pizzinato), learned how to make crystal meth in his high school science lab. Along with younger brother, Jay (Joey Pierce), they set up shop in a garage and supply meth to privileged neighborhoods, schoolyards, art schools and First Nation Reserves. "It is easier for kids to get drugs than alcohol," Terry observes in the film. Art student Paul Moon (Anthony Shim) has never heard of crystal meth but when he meets Jay, a charismatic drug dealer who convinces him to try it, they form an instant bond and a playful invincibility that neither could find in their banal day-to-day lives. The two boys go on a binge they call an adventure, riding every rail that seems to transcend reality. The lines between running and chasing are blurred and the characters they encounter get uglier. When the drugs run out, reality sets in and the nightmare begins.