By Alan Scherstuhl
By Charles Taylor
By Melissa Anderson
By Inkoo Kang
By Amy Nicholson
By Sam Weisberg
By Stephanie Zacharek
By Chuck Wilson
ZÉRO DE CONDUITE
Jean Vigo's lyrical account of student rebellion is booed at its premiere, then banned in France until after World War II.
REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE
I WAS A TEENAGE WEREWOLF
The title, conceived before the script, says it all.
IF . . .
MASSACRE AT CENTRAL HIGH
New kid exterminates bullies in this drive-in allegory, pitched somewhere between Animal Farmand High Plains Drifter.
Brian De Palma moves the locus of outsider vengeance to the senior prom.
A ruling clique is overthrown: "My teenage angst bullshit has a body count," the heroine wails.
I Was a Teenage Werewolf in the Age of AIDS.
BOWLING FOR COLUMBINE
Michael Moore's exposé of American violence gets a special jury prize at Cannes.
Gus Van Sant's evocation of Columbine wins the Palme d'Or.
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